Ohio Man Called 911 Because He Thought His Wife Stole His Cocaine

Emergency means different things to different people.

Tommy Gimlerby Tommy Gimler

It was Public Enemy who thought that 911 was a joke, but it was a 39-year-old Alliance man who recently called 911 because of his coke.

According to the Alliance Review, Robert Collins was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and misuse of 911 after he called the emergency number to report that his wife had stolen his blow.

Ohio Man Called 911 Because He Thought His Wife Stole His Cocaine

Robert Collins

Robert Collins

It’s unknown if police found any cocaine when they arrived on the scene, but they did find Collins to be in possession of a glass pot pipe. There was also an active warrant on Collins for failure to pay $25 in court fees and $589 in fines from an earlier speeding and driving under suspension case.

Collins had also failed to complete his court-ordered supervised community service, probably because he was too busy looking for his nose candy. One thing is for sure: Rick James was spot on when he said, “Cocaine is a hell of a drug.”

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