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Man calls 911 asking for ride to jail to bail out girlfriend

Source: Myrtle Beach Police Dept. Source: Myrtle Beach Police Dept.

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A man in Myrtle Beach was charged for unlawfully using 911 to call and ask for a ride to the police department to bail out his girlfriend. Police reports say Edward Rosciszewski called the dispatch center four times Friday within a four hour period, and each time, it's reported that he asked the dispatcher for a ride to the jail. 

Police reports say the call taker stated that Rosciszewski sounded extremely intoxicated, and she advised him that he did not have a life or death emergency and needed to call the non-emergency number.

At that point, the call taker told police that Rosciszewski became angry and started to yell and curse over the phone.

Rosciszewski was reportedly given numbers for local taxis. 

The incident happened around 9 p.m. on Friday.

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