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Houston, Texas – A woman is thinking twice about ever calling 911 again to report a crime after a suspect she turned in called her back. The woman noticed a man beating the crap out of a woman in a car next to hers, so she does the right thing and calls 911 to report it. Thirty minutes later, she receives a phone call from a number she doesn’t recognize. When she answers, a man on the other end keeps asking who she is before hang up. Immediately after that, she gets another phone call but this time it’s from a female. “She called me just as he hung up and it was like, ‘Ma’am, are you the concerned lady that called about my welfare?’ and I am like, ‘Excuse me,’ and she said, ‘Well I’m OK,’ and I said, ‘Excuse me,’” said the woman. The next morning she gets yet another call, this one from inside the Harris County Jail where the suspect was placed for outstanding warrants and not for the assault the woman says she witnessed. She did not answer it. Turns out that when police reponded to the original 911 call, they placed the man in a police car. Once inside, the man was able to look at the officer’s open laptop and retrieve the cell phone number of the woman who called 911. HCSO spokesperson Christina Garza said it’s common practice to keep laptops closed, but it’s not policy. No charges will be filed against the man because there is no proof he threatened her.

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  • SpitefulScorpio

    Ah hell no! I had to call 911 on my neighbor for beating the shit out of his girlfriend and I was so scared he would seek retaliation. This is a good samaritan’s worst nightmare.

  • Anonymous

    Wow that will make you think twice about calling 911

  • http://justiceforcaylee.synthasite.com/ shyloh

    That is just wrong on so many levels. By the way. What phone did he use? If he called her from jail. All calls are monitored right???? If this is the case. They can check the logs of calls out.

  • Anonymous

    WTF? I would’ve said THANK YOU if I was the woman getting beaten on!

  • Crimsonsorrow3

    well if he didn’t threaten her, he sure as hell harassed her. and the connection can be made because of the woman calling her as well. but you know what? I bet the broad was a prostitute protecting her “daddy”

  • http://www.facebook.com/andycarpenterjr Andy Carpenter

    That’s a great movie plot.

  • http://www.facebook.com/somuchitmakesmesick Dominique Bonadia

    i don’t nkow how much more proof they need… if he called from the jail and he’s been in contact with her it’s obvious he’s not fucking sending a plate of cookies and a thank you card.

    as for this not being a policy – are they fucking crazy? that’s delicate information. ffs most people who deal with your information at a desk have some type of shield on their screen. they better sure as fuck make it a policy.

  • Mysteryfan1968

    That pretty much scares the shit out of me. I’m gonna be very, very careful before calling 911, from now on.

  • guillotinegirl

    I recommend getting a cell phone with call reject. It’s way cheaper than having to change your number every time you dump someone.

  • Athena

    I hate these bitches that are okay with being hit. At least this woman was polite about it. When I lived in the hood, a female neighbor pulled into the parking lot (which was just off my “porch”) while a couple of friends of mine and I were outside. A minute later, a man pulled into another spot, got out and opened her door and started slapping the SHIT out of her. My friends and I started yelling at him to stop, and I yelled inside to Mike to call the cops. When the man heard this, he began to approach me, very angry looking.

    So, I did what any upstanding citizen would do… Broke the end off my Corona bottle, stood up (men are always surprised to see that I’m their size when they start shit – puts a hitch in their step) and started walking towards him just as angry looking as he was. Don’t mess with a white bitch in the hood, y’all… odds are, she’s the most unstable one there. :P

    Anyway, he threw his arms up and said he didn’t want “no trouble”, got into his SUV and left… but not before I relayed his plate number to Mike. Then this bitch whose ass I just stuck my neck out for damn near attacked me, telling me that, if she wanted the cops involved, she would have called the damn cops herself, and who the fuck was I.

    I’d do it again, though, ingrates or not.

  • Crimsonsorrow3

    to Athena: yea i hear ya. we had to call the cops plenty of times to the wife across the way who’s kids we needed to house form time to time cuz the dad was abusive. like i said, either the men are paying their rent, or they are sticking up for their “daddy”.

  • Angel of Accountability

    1st issue …. OMG ! I wonder how this cop would feel about displaying his or her spouses’ private phone number to an arrestee in the back of the squad car ? sounds like its time to implement a new policy guaranteeing the privacy of 911 callers (at least until s/he is summoned by subpeona as a witness).

    and secondly to Athena and the “I hate these bitches that are okay with being hit” comment – how much better than an abuser do you think you are with that kind of attitude ?

    many women need understanding, support and encouragement to leave abusive relationships – why don’t you try being someone who helps the problem rather than merely slinging your opinion and coming off like a Nazi.

  • http://www.allserialkillers.com/btk_killer_-_btk_serial_killer.htm Bind_Torture_Kill

    Once again we have a system in place with a BIG FAIL CLOUD over it.

  • estebanito

    The biggest douchebag of the post goes to…..drumroll please…..ANGEL OF ACCOUNTABILITY!!!! woo hoo! Thanks for playing! I agree with Athena. You’re an arrogant self-important prick.

  • Wut

    cool story, bro

  • Mrssteinbeck

    Well, I was kinda/sorta with you until you invoked Godwin’s Law. Dumbass.

  • Anonymous

    Athena could’ve said something lengthy like “it deeply saddens me that some women have internalized their oppression to the point that they can’t conceive of a life in which they are not victimized, and are so mentally fucked by it that their only sense of empowerment comes from yelling at another woman for having called the cops,” BUT—-did she really need to say all that? Nah, it’s conveyed by her anecdote, plus the way she concluded it. Her shorthand comment about bitches who are okay with being abused was a flippant nod to her own frustration as a woman who sees other women embracing a doormat status. It IS frustrating.

  • http://www.facebook.com/somuchitmakesmesick Dominique Bonadia

    lol i’m sorry but since when did slinging an opinion that differs with another become nazi like behavior?

    i’d rather read a bunch of opinions i don’t agree with than read a bunch of opinions that are the same. as long as it was their genuine expression, they have one hell of a beautiful right to do so. the term nazi is uncalled for and inaccurate.

    so yeah disagree with someone’s opinion but calling them a nazi for having theirs? lol well, that’s NAZIIIIIIII

  • http://www.facebook.com/somuchitmakesmesick Dominique Bonadia

    it’s HAARP.

  • Anonymous

    I guess the first thing to do is put the stoooopid cop on notice that I will have his BADGE if I am EVER contacted by one of these low-lifes.

  • Anonymous

    I guess the first thing to do is put the stoooopid cop on notice that I will have his BADGE if I am EVER contacted by one of these low-lifes.

  • Anonymous

    I guess the first thing to do is put the stoooopid cop on notice that I will have his BADGE if I am EVER contacted by one of these low-lifes.

  • Anonymous

    I guess the first thing to do is put the stoooopid cop on notice that I will have his BADGE if I am EVER contacted by one of these low-lifes.

  • Truly

    The moral of the story here is that this “good sam.” had her privacy and safety violated by the one person that is supposed to be there to protect and serve. Regardless of whether or not there is proof she was actually threatened is irrelevant. There are countless ways to prove that both the accused and the victim harrassed her by calling her cell phone. It’s called “Cell Phone Records” and they do exist!

    If you ask me, the woman/victim should also be brought up on charges for harrasment. Afterall if your spouse is beating on you and you defend yourself you too can be brought up on assault and battery charges!

  • Kwumey

    BWAHAHAHAHHAA!!
    – protect and serve

  • Kwumey

    BWAHAHAHAHHAA!!
    – protect and serve

  • Kwumey

    BWAHAHAHAHHAA!!
    – protect and serve

  • redsaid

    out on a limb here….they charge them with anything, it comes to light a cop gets outed as the irresponsible one who allowed access to the info. id be talking to gloria the fame-whore-attny…..or another one like her. i never take threats or harassment litely. especially from someone who ive already seen so violent.

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

    Athena can certainly be opinionated, but she backs up her opinions with good, solid rationale and I have come to respect her opinions, even if I don’t always agree with them. (I happen to agree with her on this one.) I certainly don’t think she comes off as a “Nazi!” Comparing her to an abuser for her opinion alone is like comparing apples to granite–there’s not even a remote similarity. (I didn’t say apples and oranges because that implies a closer similarity–they’re both fruit, they’re both healthful, both taste good, have seeds, come from trees, you can make juice from them…yeah, I’m probably missing the point of the metaphor, but who cares? Anyway…)

    I also hate it when an abused woman turns around and attacks the one trying to help her. “Bitch” is the right word for these women, because they remind me of dogs–hit them all you want and they’ll still protect their piece of shit master. And don’t say I don’t know how it feels to be an abused woman. I do know. I also know the satisfaction that comes from telling the abusive piece of shit to get the hell out of my life.

    I find the “why don’t you try being someone who helps the problem rather than merely slinging your opinion” comment to be laughable. She did help the problem–she called the police, rather than be an apathetic bystander. When she says she’d do it again, I totally believe she would.

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

    Athena can certainly be opinionated, but she backs up her opinions with good, solid rationale and I have come to respect her opinions, even if I don’t always agree with them. (I happen to agree with her on this one.) I certainly don’t think she comes off as a “Nazi!” Comparing her to an abuser for her opinion alone is like comparing apples to granite–there’s not even a remote similarity. (I didn’t say apples and oranges because that implies a closer similarity–they’re both fruit, they’re both healthful, both taste good, have seeds, come from trees, you can make juice from them…yeah, I’m probably missing the point of the metaphor, but who cares? Anyway…)

    I also hate it when an abused woman turns around and attacks the one trying to help her. “Bitch” is the right word for these women, because they remind me of dogs–hit them all you want and they’ll still protect their piece of shit master. And don’t say I don’t know how it feels to be an abused woman. I do know. I also know the satisfaction that comes from telling the abusive piece of shit to get the hell out of my life.

    I find the “why don’t you try being someone who helps the problem rather than merely slinging your opinion” comment to be laughable. She did help the problem–she called the police, rather than be an apathetic bystander. When she says she’d do it again, I totally believe she would.

  • TARHEELS BABY!

    God damn I’d sue the cops over that one, you can’t tell me this case is a lawyer’s wet dream. Well, maybe that’s taking it too far… the payout probably wouldn’t be too ridiculous in most places, but almost guaranteed. And you could justify it to yourself by thinking that it will finally force the police to address this pretty serious issue.

  • Anonymous

    Could they not trace the frigging call? Not hard especially if it came from a cell phone to her cell phone. Duh! Its him.

  • Anonymous

    Could they not trace the frigging call? Not hard especially if it came from a cell phone to her cell phone. Duh! Its him.

  • Anonymous

    Could they not trace the frigging call? Not hard especially if it came from a cell phone to her cell phone. Duh! Its him.

  • Anonymous

    No kidding huh? Start writing a book and run with it. Add to the imagination. :)

  • Anonymous

    No kidding huh? Start writing a book and run with it. Add to the imagination. :)

  • Anonymous

    And he asked who she was. What was he going to do? *eyes wide* Imagine if she were the type to say her name. Or if he fooled her, if he pretended she won something, a contest type thing, name, address. Wow!

  • Anonymous

    And he asked who she was. What was he going to do? *eyes wide* Imagine if she were the type to say her name. Or if he fooled her, if he pretended she won something, a contest type thing, name, address. Wow!