A South Cannon Boulevard resident who thought his home was being broken into called 911 21 times between midnight and early afternoon Saturday, Shelbyville police said.
Colt Chambers was told several times by Officer Jerry Lawrence he was safe and to stop calling.
No signs or indications of any break-in attempts were actually seen by police.
The calls kept coming and Chambers was charged with aggravated non-emergency contact of 911, with a bond of $2,000 set.
- A blue 2006 Dodge Stratus car was taken Saturday from a home where it was being repaired, police were told.
- A TroyBilt self-propelled lawn mower was stolen Friday from a Fairground Heights home three houses down from the auto theft. Shoplifting
- A woman who allegedly took a fuse pack without paying Saturday at AutoZone, North Main Street, was last seen leaving in a ToyotaiQwith an Alabama plate. She was described as white with blonde curly hair, in her mid-20s to mid-30s, standing 5-feet-8 to 5-feet-10 and weighing 120 to 180 pounds.
- A woman was charged with shoplifting Sunday at Walmart, police said.JyasminCastellano allegedly acted as if she was scanning seven items without actually doing so, a report said. She posted $250 bond.