It really sucks if you don’t have any contacts with your friends and everyone else. There’s no denying that cell service, just like electricity and water, is already a basic necessity. But what happens when you don’t get it? What are the things you’ll do to get it back?
An Ohio woman’s parents cut off her cellphone service and got herself arrested for calling 911 for the “incident”.
A report states that on Feb.13, Seloni Kheterpal was arrested for misusing the emergency phone number. Kheterpal’s parents cut off her cellphone service then she repeatedly called the Regional Emergency Dispatch Center according to Massillon police. The 36-year-old was told by an officer to only use the emergency number for a real emergency. She then called them again.
Police described her as “belligerent and stated she believed it to be a legitimate issue” as she called again two hours later.
According to a local source, Khetapal worked as a realtor and worked on displays for companies such as Miller Lite and Abercrombie and Fitch.
Her LinkedIn page describes that she also attended the “renowned Lubna Rafiq Academy in London, the U.K., where I worked in Bridal cosmetics/hairstyling with a South Asian core interest”
She was held at the Stark County prison but was discharged on a $2,500 bond and is expected to appear in court on Feb.27.
A similar story happened when an Ohio man was arrested after he called the police more than 25 times to get help looking for a lost hoodie according to authorities. Harves Gardner, 32, faces a felony charge of disrupting public services.
Police said Gardner requested police assistance and officers responded.
“When police arrived (the) defendant only wanted rides around town to find his hoodie that he lost,” officers reported.