Houston 911 operator charged in connection to hanging up on people calling for help

A former 911 operator in Houston has been charged in connection to hanging up on a number of people who called 911 for emergency help.

Crenshanda Williams was linked to numerous of calls lasting no longer than 20 seconds, from October of last year to March of this year, according to court documents.

Among those in which she allegedly hung up on the callers is an incident involving the armed robbery of a convenience store that ended in the fatal shooting of the establishment's manager, KTRK notes.

In another, a caller attempted to report reckless driving.

Williams hung up while the complaint was in progress then can be heard saying, "Ain't nobody got time for this. For real."

Police revealed that Williams was questioned in March and admitted that "...she often hangs up on calls that have not been connected because she did not want to talk to anyone at that time."

According to NBC News, she is due in court next week.

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