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Friday, August 21, 2015

The Alliance Woman Who Called 911 to Report Bad Chinese Food Has Been Sentenced

Posted By on Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 2:05 PM

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Update: Tracey McCloud has been sentenced to three days in jail, and was fined $250 for dialing 911 to report a medicore dining experience at a Chinese restaurant earlier this summer.

Sources close to Scene say she didn't care for the coffee at the police station either. -AN



Originally posted: July 7, 2015 at 11:42 a.m.

Last night, an Alliance woman thought her Chinese dinner was so bad it was criminal.

After settling in for an early dinner, 44-year-old Tracey McCloud dialed 911 around 4:30 p.m. to report her emergency: She didn’t enjoy her meal.

According to Alliance Police, McCloud called complaining from inside Main Moon Chinese restaurant that her food was “not to her liking." No word yet on what dish she felt was illegally terrible. 

Calling for emergency assistance for anything less than an emergency is against the law. The grumpy gal was charged with misuse of 911, a fourth-degree misdemeanor. She’ll appear in court on Friday to defend herself.

Of course, reaching out to 911 for anything other than a legitimate emergency is discouraged by police, even if your sweet and sour chicken sucked. 

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