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Last year someone broke into my apartment and robbed me, I got up and chased him out of my house and called 911, when they answered I told them what happened and gave them my address. We hung up our phones and I waited for the police to come to my door.
Fifteen minutes later I got a call, it was the 911 operator calling to ask if I lived in Mount Vernon, NY. I said no that I lived in Gaylord, Michigan. He asked what I dialed to get the police in NY and I told him I dialed 911. After we hung up I realized what happened, I had never changed my Vonage phone number when I moved back to Michigan and still had my Mount Vernon number so when I dialed 911 it automatically called the police in Mount Vernon.
At the time it was annoying but now I laugh at the situation because the police never caught my robber and I might just as well have the Mount Vernon police look for him for all the good it did!!