37-year-old Michael Hempfield repeatedly called Montgomery County Emergency Center over his filed report of police misconduct on November 11. Hempfield was previously told about the procedure regarding his complaint when he was at the precinct. Hempfield later called 911 for a conversation with an officer, and when he did, he was not satisfied with the information he received and hung up. He later called again but asked to speak to a supervisor and told them that the calls would continue until he received the desired results; he then hung up again. Once again, Hempfield called 911, voicing his concerns and refusing to end the call. He then proceeded to call them four more times. Hempfield was taken into custody and charged with excessive 911 calls.
Michael Christopher Ike Hempfield of Ellie Nat Drive in Clarksville, TN, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on November 12th, charged with non-emergency 911 calls. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $1,000.
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