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Pasco man calls 911 to report his mother took his beer

NEW PORT RICHEY — A man was arrested Friday after deputies said he called 911 multiple times to complain his mother took his beer away.

Charles Dennison, 32, who was "very intoxicated," told a deputy who went to their home at 1739 Dennison Road that he wanted his mother arrested for taking his beer, according to a Pasco County Sheriff's Office arrest report. If she wasn't charged, he said, he would continue to call 911.

A deputy charged him with making false 911 calls and took him to the jail in Land O'Lakes, where he remained Monday morning. His bail is $150.

Contact Drew Harwell at dharwell@sptimes.com or (727) 869-6244.

Pasco man calls 911 to report his mother took his beer 05/31/10 [Last modified: Monday, May 31, 2010 12:36pm]
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