Man calls 911, asks for Obama

A Fremont man tried to reach President Barack Obama through 911 Thursday afternoon, according to a Sandusky County deputy’s report.
Sandusky Register Staff
Sep 30, 2013


Henry Greenwald, 46, of the 700 block of E. State St., called the sheriff’s office five times within an hour, each time asking to speak to the president, the report said.
He refused to identify himself or provide his location, and he also claimed to be God. He again asked to speak with Obama about fixing the world, according to the report. Deputies located Greenwald walking up a hill on Fifth Street.
In searching him, deputies found a marijuana cigarette in an empty cigarette box in his pants pocket.
Greenwald said he only smoked marijuana that day and hadn’t used any hard drugs, according to the report. Deputies took him to the hospital for an evaluation, then to the Sandusky County jail on charges of misuse of 911, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Darwin's choice

"Dave's not here,man....."

The Big Dog's back

Another right wingnut.

Erie County Resident

Oh contraire piddle puppy.
He was trying get his next command from his master.



JudgeMeNot's picture

I was #AntiObama Before it was cool.

From the Grave

He IS God.

Darwin's choice

That's Dog backward's......

From the Grave

People love dogs more than they love God.

2cents's picture

Only a Marine can fulfill an apointment to meet God I hear!

Stop It

Depends on which god you speak of.


Big Dog must be off his meds again :)