A former 911 operator in Houston has been found guilty of hanging up on people calling for emergency services. Jurors on Wednesday found 44-year-old Crenshanda Williams guilty of interference with emergency telephone calls, a misdemeanor.

She was sentenced to 10 days in jail and 18 months of probation.

“What’s that, you’re out of cheeseburgers? That’s your Emergency?” SLAM goes the phone

“No I don’t care that theres a black man in your yard. Theres a black man in my bed you freakin?” SLAM goes the phone

“Theres a Shooting, Somebody’s Shot, Lawd So What! I get shot every day in my hood” SLAM goes the phone.

“There’s a fly in your Chalupa! ” SLAM!

It’s all the new normal in Negro America.


 

Prosecutors from the Harris County district attorney’s office say she worked as a 911 operator for a year and a half, ending in 2016. Records showed that thousands of calls lasting less than 20 seconds were attributed to her hanging up. {snip}

Calls varied from reports of robberies and homicides to reports of speeding vehicles.

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Williams told investigators she often hung up because she didn’t want to talk to anyone at those times.

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“She was going through a hard time in her life, and she was a poor performing worker at the Houston Emergency Center,” he said. “But punishing her doesn’t do anything to fix the problems that still exist at the emergency center.