Terry Kimball Charged With 911 Misuse: Man calls 911 over taco bell

Terry Kimball Charged With 911 Misuse: Man calls 911 over taco bell, It seems that Terry Lynn Kimbell was actually acting responsibly, until he called the cops.

Police arrested ​Kimbell outside a Taco Bell around 12:00 a.m. Wednesday morning after the 50-year-old Floridian walked to the Mexican fast food chain after a night of drinking and dialed 911 when restaurant employees refused to serve him at the drive-through window.

Unfortunately for Kimbell, by the time he made it to Taco Bell, the establishment seems to have a no-car, no-tacos policy for the drive through.

Here's the call transcript, acquired by Bay News 9.

911: "Largo emergency."
Kimbell: "It's not an emergency. However, can you -- can you put me through to dispatch? I'm at the Taco Bell, and I walked in, and I left my car on purpose, so I wouldn't drink and drive. I walked up, they wouldn't serve me. So, I'm at the Taco Bell at 137th and Walsingham and I just want some tacos. That's it."

Rather than simply hanging up on Kimbell, the police operator investigated deeper into the matter.

911: "What are the employees saying?"

Kimbell: "You can't walk up, you've got to drive up. You got a get a DUI to get a taco. I got the munchies and I walked a quarter mile from here. Are you going to help me out or do I have to get arrested to get home? You know what I'm saying?"

911: "Well, we're not going to take you home."

Kimbell: "I want you to call the manager at the Taco Bell."

Police charged Kimbell with misuse of the 911 system.
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