Published: Fri, April 20, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

911 operator sentenced for hanging up on callers - Hawaii News Now

911 operator sentenced for hanging up on callers - Hawaii News Now

Williams worked at the Houston Emergency Center for about a year and a half before she was sacked in 2016.

The NBC Houston affiliate reports that she ended up on her supervisors" radar due to an "abnormally large number of "short calls'" identified.

The call, the man said, was dropped after a few seconds.

Crenshanda Williams, 44, was found guilty Wednesday of interference with emergency telephone calls.

A judge sentenced her to 18 months of probation, and 10 days in jail as a condition.

"The citizens of Harris County rely on 911 operators to dispatch help in their time of need", she said in a statement. "Come to find out I was hung up on", he said.

"In a March 2016 recording, a man attempting to report a robbery is hung up on by Williams".

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Williams had hung up on various calls, including robberies, homicides, and reports of speeding vehicles.

A Harris County Sheriff's Office spokesperson declared that public servants like Williams should be criminally liable if they deliberately tamper with emergency services.

When Williams was arrested in October 2016, KPRC TV recounted several of the calls that she was accused of cutting short.

"Li called a second time and got a different operator", the station reported. Court documents indicate Williams took the call, and before the caller could finish speaking, she reportedly said, "Ain't nobody got time for this".

He also criticized the statute prosecutors used to charge Williams, and said he expected it to be overturned on appeal.

Franklyn Bynum, the Houston emergency operator's court-appointed attorney declared that Williams' punishment is of little outcome as records reveal that ever since the 2003 renovation, the Houston Call Center has received numerous complaint of call dropping and inefficient call rerouting. In my opinion, this emergency center probably does have a problem if someone can just hang up on THOUSANDS of people and go unnoticed.

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