911 operator hung up on thousands of emergency calls: ‘Ain’t Nobody Got Time For This’
That person, who identified herself as Crenshanda, was 43-year-old Crenshanda Williams, a former 911 operator who on Tuesday was charged with two misdemeanor counts of interference with an emergency telephone call.
According to police, Williams did a whole lot more than hang up in these two instances, though. They claim that between October 2015 and March 2016, she had thousands of “short calls,” which lasted for 20 seconds or less, much like the two above.
In one, a security guard called to report a pair of drivers drag racing on the highway.
“This is Officer Molten. I’m driving on 45 South right now and I am at . . .’” the call began, but she immediately hung up, KIAH reported. Before she did, though, the recording included Williams responding, “Ain’t nobody got time for this. For real.”
Williams, who no longer works with the Houston Emergency Center where she was employed since 2014, allegedly told police that she would hang up on calls because she “did not want to talk to anyone at that time.” – READ MORE