BULLHEAD CITY, Ariz. – Police say too many false 911 calls led to the arrest of a Bullhead City man.
The Mohave Daily News reports police were called to 60-year-old Larry Ray Blonsky's home early Sunday after Blonsky reported that someone was trying to break-in.
After checking Blonsky's neighborhood and interviewing several neighbors, police say they could find no one who claimed to see or hear anything.
Less than 90 minutes later, police returned after Blonsky again called police, claiming someone was trying to break-in. Police could again see nothing suspicious as they arrived at his house.
Police checked Blonsky's call history and learned he's called police 19 times over the past year for a number of complaints, all unfounded.
Blonsky was booked into the Mohave County Jail on suspicion of harassment of 911 dispatchers and false reporting to law enforcement.