Man Calls 911 When He Runs Out Of Rolling Papers: Police

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Weed never expect this.

A man in Waynesboro, Virginia, was cited by police after they said he called 911 asking for rolling papers.

Kyle Dustin Head — yes, that’s his name — was arrested early Thursday morning after he allegedly called 911 “in a disoriented state,” according to a release from the Waynesboro Police Department.

Officials said the 24-year-old Head asked for rolling papers to be delivered, but the 911 dispatcher preferred to have two officers roll over instead.

The officers found the suspect sitting in a 2005 Chevy pickup truck which had a strong odor of marijuana emanating from it.

When the officers got closer, they noticed what looked like marijuana on Head’s clothing, right ear, the truck dashboard and the passenger seat.

Waynesboro Police Dept.

Officers said Head admitted he had smoked marijuana recently and said he thought he was calling a friend about the rolling papers, not the 911 dispatcher.

Head was cited for misdemeanor marijuana possession and released without being taken into custody.

The police department release said it had “no headshot of Head.”

This isn’t the only time someone has called 911 with regard to marijuana.

In September, Erin Klich, 36, called 911 dispatchers in Fort Myers, Florida, to gripe that her dealer had shorted her on a $75 bag of marijuana. 

In April, 2014, police in Lufkin, Texas, arrested 37-year-old Evelyn Hamilton after she allegedly called them to complain about the quality of the marijuana she had purchased from a dealer.

In May, 2013, Jarvis Sutton, was arrested after he allegedly called 911 operators in St. Petersburg, Florida, 80 times, wanting “Kool-Aid, burgers and weed to be delivered to him.”

Outrageous 911 Calls

Outrageous 911 Calls



Erin Klich, 35, was arrested for possession of marijuana after calling police in Fort Myers, Florida, to complain she’d been shorted on a $75 bag of marijuana.

Fort Myers Police Dept.

Erin Klich, 35, was arrested for possession of marijuana after calling police in Fort Myers, Florida, to complain she’d been shorted on a $75 bag of marijuana.
Fort Myers Police Dept.

Joshua Basso
Joshua Basso, 32, called 911 to request female deputies be sent to his home for “sexual gratification.” He was arrested on Aug. 24 and confessed to making the lewd phone calls.
Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office

Jarvis Sutton
Jarvis Sutton, 34, was arrested after calling 911 80 times in one day asking for a delivery of burgers, Kool-Aid and pot.
Pinellas County Jail

Robert Hagerman
Police in Tampa, Fla., arrested Robert Hagerman for calling 911 on his daughter after she refused to buy him a beer.
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office

Mark Welch
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Clyde Hobbs
Clyde Hobbs was arrested in May, 2012 for allegedly calling 911 at least 17 times — to talk dirty to operators. He’d been arrested several times in the past for the same crime. When cops arrived to collar him, Hobbs asked, “Are you here to arrest me again?” Read more.

Michael Barker
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Pasco Sheriff’s Office

Everett Lages
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Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office

Rother McLennon
Rother McLennon of East Hartford, Conn., called 911 and complained that he “specifically asked for little turkey and little ham, a lot of cheese and a lot of mayonnaise,” and the Grateful Deli in East Hartford got it wrong.
Flickr: chrisleecm

Weediculous 911 Calls
Calvin Hoover, a 21-year-old Oregonian, called 911 from his car to report his weed stolen. But it took the dispatcher a while to understand him because the allegedly drunk driver was vomiting on himself during the call. Colorado cannabis smoker James Farnsworth got what he wanted when he called 911 to report his ganja stolen. Officers arrested the alleged perp. What Farnsworth didn’t expect is that cops would search him as well, find enough weed on him to label him a dealer, and arrest him on the spot. Detroit-area officer Edward Sanchez allegedly took some green he’d confiscated during an arrest he made, cooked it into a batch of brownies, and ate them with his wife. He got so blazed that he thought he was dying — according to the tape — and called 911 for an ambulance. “We made brownies,” he told the dispatcher. “And I think we’re dead. Time is going by really really really really slow.”

John R. Pacella
John R. Pacella called 911 at 4 a.m. and told the operator he “wanted to see an officer because he wanted to fight with them.” When police showed up at his door, he began pushing and shoving officers. He was promptly arrested.

"Butt Dials"
Calling 911 by accident can make you feel like an ass, but now comes a study suggesting that nearly 40 percent of New York City’s 911 calls were “butt dials.”
Flickr: CEThompson

Christian Luckett
Christian Luckett placed 10 calls to 911 to complain about his service at a Skyline Chili restaurant in Cincinnati, Ohio. Luckett was allegedly drunk when he called the police and demanded officers come to his home for a domestic disturbance — but he was really just mad at Skyline Chili’s. Cops arrested him at his apartment.
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office

Doyle Hardwick
Doyle Hardwick is now behind bars after calling 911 complaining that his wife would not let him check Facebook in peace.
Pasco County Sheriff

Mary Jaggers
Mary Jaggers called 911 to report there was drinking going in a nearby bar.
Hollywood Police Dept.

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