Madison County Sheriff's Office News Release (June 2, 2014)
Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Saturday May 31, 2014 at 1:15 PM deputies of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office responded to 9683 NE Rocky Ford Road in Madison in reference to a 911 call and two other 911 hang-ups. The caller was identified as Carlton Wyche but would not inform communications what the emergency was.
Upon arrival the deputy found that there was no emergency or problems requiring Law Enforcement to respond. Wyche was highly intoxicated and repeatedly called 911 for no valid reason. The deputy placed Wyche under arrest without incident.
Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) showed that Wyche had called 911 the day before requesting a deputy. Upon arrival that deputy found Wyche laying in his yard again highly intoxicated. When asked what his emergency was, Wyche requested the deputy to take him and his dog for a ride. The deputy refused and left. Records show that Wyche has been arrested three prior times for misusing 911.
1. Misuse of 911
2. Disorderly Intoxication
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