Florida man jailed for calling 911 on his wife
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Doyle Hardwick said he “called 911 because he was upset about his wife sitting next to him and not going to sleep after he gave her beers to go to sleep,” the deputy wrote. “His wife was supposed to go to sleep after he gave her the beers because that was their agreement. He wanted me to make his wife not sit next to him and go to bed like she was supposed to.”
“I just wanted someone to make my wife do what I wanted her to do,” Hardwick told the deputy.
Julie Hardwick told the deputy “her husband asked her to not sit next to him and she told him she didn’t feel like sitting anywhere else,” the report states. “Her husband told her if she didn’t quit sitting next to him and go to bed, he was going to call 911 and the police were going to make her. She told her husband not to call 911 or the police and he did.”
Hardwick was arrested on a charge of misuse of 911. He pleaded no contest last month and was sentenced to 60 days in jail. He never showed up to face his time, so an arrest warrant was issued. Hardwick turned himself in to the Pasco jail on Tuesday to serve his sentence.
This was not his first act of misuse of 911. He pleaded no contest in 2010 to the same charge and was sentenced to 10 days in jail, court records show. That time, he repeatedly called 911 demanding to speak to someone in code enforcement “regarding neighbors defecating into old vehicle fuel tanks for the past three weeks,” a report states.
He also asked the responding deputy for a ride to his daughter’s house.
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