Dispatch Call Of The Week
• On January 2 a deputy filed a information report after he attempted to serve 12 temporary restraining orders against a Cox Road woman. According to reports, the woman was not at the residence and the deputy asked her daughters to contact the woman by phone. Phone contact was made, reports state, and the woman was informed of the process of the restraining orders. Soon after, however, the woman called dispatch to complain. The following is a transcript of the call.
Morgan County Dispatch (MCD): Morgan County Dispatch.
Complainant (C): Yes, is this, is this the sheriff’s office.
MCD: We dispatch for the sheriff’s office m’am.
C: OK, I need to speak to (the deputy).
C: He just left my house. I don’t want him going to my (expletive) house talking (expletive) to my children.
MCD: OK m’am, what’s your…
C: Served a TPO’s there at my house, and my children said one of them police officer was talking smart to them. My children’s car window got busted out, and these girls done ran and took a TPO.
MCD: Who are you?
C: My name is (complainant).
MCD: OK (complainant) can you…
C: My handicap daughter said one of them police threaten to take her to jail. We ain’t did a (expletive) thing. You tell (the deputy) to stay the (expletive) out of my (expletive) house.
MCD: M’am, what’s your number?
C: Stay the (expletive, expletive) out of my (expletive) house. My (expletive) phone number came up on your I.D.
MCD: No m’am, it did not.
C: My daughter. Tell him do not call my house and threaten my daughter.
MCD: Ms. (complainant), I’m not going to be cursed at so if you want to talk cool to me...
C: (Hangs up phone.)