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Elderly OKC Man Accused Of Talking Dirty To 911 Operators

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Oklahoma City police arrest an elderly man for allegedly calling 911 operators to talk about sex.

According to a police report, Clyde Dorain Hobbs, 72, called 911 on Saturday, May 5 at least 17 times. The report reveals Hobbs made sexually oriented comments to the emergency operators each time he called.

Police say it isn't the first time they've arrested Hobbs for calling 911. Records show he's been arrested three previous times. The report states when officers arrived to Hobbs' home, he was "very belligerent and rude."

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