Man Makes 3 Calls to 9-1-1 about Break-In, Gets Ticketed

She arrived home after work at Woodcrest Apartments in Westland, but was frozen in fear when she saw her front door had been kicked in.

“My mom called me, said someone had kicked in the door,” said Sean Street. I actually got dressed. I drove over to her house. It probably took me approximately an hour to get there.”

He called 9-1-1 to report his mother’s break-in, then hustled from his West Bloomfield home to his mom’s apartment on Wayne Road in Westland. He said it took him one hour. Now, he and his mom were waiting for police.

Sean called 9-1-1 again. He said he waited one more hour, but still no police, so he made a third 9-1-1 call. Did he lose his temper?

“Actually was no profanity whatsoever. I was very polite with them. The officer actually seemed very polite, also, and he told me let us handle it. Don’t take matters into your own hands,” Street explained.

He said a witness claimed he saw the guys break-in and that person waited for police to arrive.

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