Ohio Police: Please Stop Calling Alleged Meth Dealer’s Phone While We Search It

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ALLIANCE, Ohio — Police in Ohio keep getting interrupted as they search the phone of an alleged meth dealer; they’re now asking for a small favor – please stop calling the alleged drug dealer’s cell phone.

The City of Alliance police department posted the request on their Facebook page after the man was arrested by detectives for allegedly selling crystal meth.

Police say they have the man’s permission to search text messages and contacts on his phone and they’re trying to do that, but the text messages just keep coming.

So first off, police want everyone calling the suspect to know he is all out of drugs.

Secondly, don’t call him. Officers will come to you soon enough.

Thirdly, they also wanted to point out that the suspect’s ringtone is terrible.