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St. Augustine, FL- I loathe inebriated dumb-asses who are too stupid to realize when enough is enough. On the night of July 31, 57-year old George McMurrain believed he had a real emergency. He was out of liquor. Gasp! The horror! So McMurrain used the one brain cell he had left and called 911. Not once. Not twice. No, McMurrain called 911 a total of three times that night asking for a ride to the liquor store. After his third call, an officer made his way to the Budget Inn where McMurrain was staying and gave him the ride he needed…which was to jail. McMurrain was arrested and charged with misusing 911. The officer said he found a small amount of marijuana while arresting McMurrain, so the intoxicated idiot was also charged with possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana. Dumb-ass! You can view the transcript and video of one of the 911 calls after the jump.

Dispatcher: This is 911.
Suspect: I need a, I need a — a ride.
Dispatcher: You need a ride?
Suspect: Yes, to the liquor store.
Dispatcher: Um.
Suspect: Sheriff said she’d give me a ride.
Dispatcher: OK, you’re going to have to call somebody else, sir. You called 911. We can’t come give you a ride.
Suspect: Even the sheriff said she’d give me a ride.
Dispatcher: The sheriff said they’d give you a ride to the liquor store?
Suspect: That’s correct.
Dispatcher: Wrong!

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  • Gee

    Ah ha ha Ah…. Love it! . “Even the Sheriff said she would give me a ride”
    He got his ride alright

  • guillotinegirl

    Suspect: Even the sheriff said she’d give me a ride.
    Dispatcher: The sheriff said they’d give you a ride to the liquor store?
    Suspect: That’s correct.
    Dispatcher: Wrong!

    Boy, that suspect really bested the dispatcher. I bet he was laughing all night in his cell over that one.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/BTYN5SIVHWNRENFLKYBXYNVYVE Avie

    What an idiot. He's almost as bad as the woman who called 911 to report herself for driving drunk. Let's hope they never meet. Can you imagine the stupid offspring they'd produce?

  • cplpunishment

    Why yes I can and I bet they would live their entire lives out in Fl. The lovely water makes everyone crazed in Fl.

  • Boughtthefarm

    Well, I can at least have a little respect for the woman reporting herself. This fucker is pathetic.

  • Lexismom

    Well ,could have been way worse. He could have 'jumped in a car and killed a few people just to get a fix.

  • darsa

    THAT is true as hell. Good point, Lexismom.

  • WryBread

    I suppose in his addled mind it seemed that calling for a ride was better than driving himself. Unfortunately for him, that reasoning was addled, too.

  • Just_200Gig_

    First, a few F-A-C-T-S….George Darnell McMurrain, 53, born January 20, 1957. He was arrested for abuse of 911, illegal drug possesion and retail theft(the latter charge somehow was dropped). He was arrested on July 31, 2010 and remained incarcerated until August 4, 2010, under some very strict terms and conditions of release on bond, ANY VIOLATION, meant REVOCATION! Of course, he VIOLATED the terms and conditions and sought sanctuary and solace in the of his favorite place to hide. Upon release, because there was NOTHING wrong with him, the bondsman was supposed to remand him(George) over to the SJSO Jail. Never happened, in fact, they were NEVER even notified! George had pulled another ‘slick’ maneuver and manipulated his way to temporary freedom. Your tax dollrs went to work immediately as EMT’s and ans amblance were dispatched because of course, you guessed it, he was drunk again, overdosed on his meds and incoherrent. He failed to appear on his court date, September 16, 2010 but he did turn himself in. He went in front of a Judge that he had been in front of before on another personal matter, she went easy on him. He was to turn himself into the jail by 7 P.M. the following day and serve 6 days. He did that. He was reeleased and is now loose on the streets of St. Augustine reeking havoc and chaos because he is over medicated and drunk. NO EXCUSE! Just for the record, this man did serve in the U.S. Army, but he NEVER left U.S. soil and went to a foreign nation, NEVER! So, George McMurrain really got away and is still getting away beating the system, any system and usually leaves some address or phone number for a family member to be hassled or burdened with all the mess he leaves. My advice, LOCK your doors, call the SJSO or SAPD on sight of George–pray for him–yes–if you are religious, he needs them. BUT, George is a cold, calculating, manipulating, self-centered and is out for himself–NO ONE else. So, don’t be fooled by his one day or moment of charm, that is all it is, a MOMENT! It lasted that long–POOF–it is GONE!! And so is he!

  • Just_200Gig_

    First, a few F-A-C-T-S….George Darnell McMurrain, 53, born January 20, 1957. He was arrested for abuse of 911, illegal drug possesion and retail theft(the latter charge somehow was dropped). He was arrested on July 31, 2010 and remained incarcerated until August 4, 2010, under some very strict terms and conditions of release on bond, ANY VIOLATION, meant REVOCATION! Of course, he VIOLATED the terms and conditions and sought sanctuary and solace in the of his favorite place to hide. Upon release, because there was NOTHING wrong with him, the bondsman was supposed to remand him(George) over to the SJSO Jail. Never happened, in fact, they were NEVER even notified! George had pulled another ‘slick’ maneuver and manipulated his way to temporary freedom. Your tax dollrs went to work immediately as EMT’s and ans amblance were dispatched because of course, you guessed it, he was drunk again, overdosed on his meds and incoherrent. He failed to appear on his court date, September 16, 2010 but he did turn himself in. He went in front of a Judge that he had been in front of before on another personal matter, she went easy on him. He was to turn himself into the jail by 7 P.M. the following day and serve 6 days. He did that. He was reeleased and is now loose on the streets of St. Augustine reeking havoc and chaos because he is over medicated and drunk. NO EXCUSE! Just for the record, this man did serve in the U.S. Army, but he NEVER left U.S. soil and went to a foreign nation, NEVER! So, George McMurrain really got away and is still getting away beating the system, any system and usually leaves some address or phone number for a family member to be hassled or burdened with all the mess he leaves. My advice, LOCK your doors, call the SJSO or SAPD on sight of George–pray for him–yes–if you are religious, he needs them. BUT, George is a cold, calculating, manipulating, self-centered and is out for himself–NO ONE else. So, don’t be fooled by his one day or moment of charm, that is all it is, a MOMENT! It lasted that long–POOF–it is GONE!! And so is he!

  • Just_200Gig_

    First, a few F-A-C-T-S….George Darnell McMurrain, 53, born January 20, 1957. He was arrested for abuse of 911, illegal drug possesion and retail theft(the latter charge somehow was dropped). He was arrested on July 31, 2010 and remained incarcerated until August 4, 2010, under some very strict terms and conditions of release on bond, ANY VIOLATION, meant REVOCATION! Of course, he VIOLATED the terms and conditions and sought sanctuary and solace in the of his favorite place to hide. Upon release, because there was NOTHING wrong with him, the bondsman was supposed to remand him(George) over to the SJSO Jail. Never happened, in fact, they were NEVER even notified! George had pulled another ‘slick’ maneuver and manipulated his way to temporary freedom. Your tax dollrs went to work immediately as EMT’s and ans amblance were dispatched because of course, you guessed it, he was drunk again, overdosed on his meds and incoherrent. He failed to appear on his court date, September 16, 2010 but he did turn himself in. He went in front of a Judge that he had been in front of before on another personal matter, she went easy on him. He was to turn himself into the jail by 7 P.M. the following day and serve 6 days. He did that. He was reeleased and is now loose on the streets of St. Augustine reeking havoc and chaos because he is over medicated and drunk. NO EXCUSE! Just for the record, this man did serve in the U.S. Army, but he NEVER left U.S. soil and went to a foreign nation, NEVER! So, George McMurrain really got away and is still getting away beating the system, any system and usually leaves some address or phone number for a family member to be hassled or burdened with all the mess he leaves. My advice, LOCK your doors, call the SJSO or SAPD on sight of George–pray for him–yes–if you are religious, he needs them. BUT, George is a cold, calculating, manipulating, self-centered and is out for himself–NO ONE else. So, don’t be fooled by his one day or moment of charm, that is all it is, a MOMENT! It lasted that long–POOF–it is GONE!! And so is he!

  • Anonymous

    HAVOC and CHAOS! Yes.. a 911 call for a beer run is surely filed under this description.
    If he is on medication that can so effect his judgement, shouldn’t you contact someone other than those of us that simply provide commentary?

  • Anonymous

    HAVOC and CHAOS! Yes.. a 911 call for a beer run is surely filed under this description.
    If he is on medication that can so effect his judgement, shouldn’t you contact someone other than those of us that simply provide commentary?

  • Anonymous

    HAVOC and CHAOS! Yes.. a 911 call for a beer run is surely filed under this description.
    If he is on medication that can so effect his judgement, shouldn’t you contact someone other than those of us that simply provide commentary?