Man Arrested For Fake 911 call
A fake 911 call last night got the attention of the entire Gainesville Police Department.
That's because the caller kept repeating officer down, and said the name of a GPD sergeant. GPD was unable to reach the sergeant, but they were able to trace the callers cell phone.
They located the caller, Edward Ward at the Archer Woods apartment complex off Archer road. Police say ward had been in a fistfight with another man at the apartment.
He was arrested and faces numerous charges including aggravated assault and making a false 911 call.
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