When you're trouble and need help fast, you take out your cell phone and dial 911. It seems we'll all be paying increased rates for this service that could total into the millions if Gov. John Bel Edwards signs two bills currently sitting on his desk.
Maybe it’s me, but it seems that over the years, the human race has forgotten what 911 is actually for. It’s for emergencies, and REAL ones. It’s not the number to call when someone doesn’t get your order right in the drive-thru.
I have never been good at games that require hiding and seeking. I don't like Easter egg hunts because they remind me of looking for my lost car keys, so as you can imagine a life as a burglar is not in the cards for me. Neither is such a life for a young man who, in the middle of robbing a house, called 911 for help because the owner of the home came home early and scared him!