Well, 3 hours and 57 minutes. This is while someone has been threatening you. Columbus Police: Officer shortage root of long wait times for 911 responses
An accident at which one of the participants left. But then they came back to issue threats.
The police say, "It isn't our fault." There were other calls.
According to Fuqua, a semi-truck jackknifed on US Hwy. 33 at Refugee Rd., tying up 11 patrol units until 3:48 p.m.
The second call was a shooting at 2:45 p.m. It happened on E. Livingston Ave. and tied up six patrol units.
Now I get that the shooting needs cops. But a jackknifed semi needs 11 patrol units? They couldn't have gotten by with 10? Was it filled with dangerous criminals on the verge of escaping?
The stories today have been about calling 911, and not getting the help you need. You might want to consider what you are going to do for Plan B.