A Georgia man has been banned from calling 911 after police say he's used the emergency line more than 100 times in the last three years.
WSB-TV reports William Baccus, 62, has been issued an arrest warrant for calling 911 up to 118 times for non-emergencies like requests to get him a glass of milk, bring him his cellphone and to fetch his television remote.
Emergency responders have shown up to Baccus' house for every call, and sometimes, he doesn't even answer his door.
Jail records show Baccus has yet to be apprehended or turn himself in.
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