Wis. increases fines for prank 9-1-1 calls

04/24/2012 | Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Wis.)

A Wisconsin law increases fines for people convicted of making prank 9-1-1 calls. The previous fines, which ranged from $50 to $300, dated to 1978. Dispatchers supported the legislation, and Wood County dispatch manager Kelly Zenz said he would work to educate young people about the repercussions of prank emergency calls.

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