Man calls police to report his wife stole his cocaine (video)By Mason White 11:05 AM March 8, 2015
|Robert Daniel Collins|
By: Chan Yuan
(Scroll down for video) Police released a 911 call from a man who called to report that his wife stole his cocaine.
39-year-old Robert Daniel Collins of Ohio, was arrested after he called police on his wife.
Police in Alliance, said that Collins called on Wednesday night, to report the theft of cocaine.
He told officers that his wife became angry with a purchase he made earlier in the day, and the two got into an argument.
He then confessed that he bought cocaine and his wife took it away from him. He gave the dispatcher his name.
However, when the woman asked for the name of his wife, Collins suddenly became apprehensive and demanded to know why she wanted his wife’s name.
The 911 dispatcher explained that he had called 911 and that she needed some information from him. That is when Collins hung up the phone.
When officers arrived at the residence, Collins, who apparently had a change of heart and refused to tell police why he called 911, was uncooperative.
Police said that Collins, had a pipe used for smoking marijuana in his possession. He was arrested and charged with misuse of 911 and drug paraphernalia.
He also had an active arrest warrant in connection with an earlier criminal case.