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Florida man arrested for misusing 911 to call police to arrest US President Joe Biden, ‘ release drug lord El Chapo

Florida man arrested for misusing 911 to call police to arrest US President Joe Biden, ‘ release drug lord El Chapo

KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 — A man in Florida, US, is out on a US$150 (RM657) bond after being arrested earlier for calling 911 to inform police that President Joe Biden should be jailed. Jacob Ryan Philbeck who made a total of three calls in a span of an hour, also called for the release of convicted...

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KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 — A man in Florida, US, is out on a US$150 (RM657) bond after being arrested earlier for calling 911 to inform police that President Joe Biden should be jailed.Jacob Ryan Philbeck who made a total of three calls in a span of an hour, also called for the release of convicted drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, The Smoking Gun reported, quoting an arrest report.6 million after they were found illegally fishing in Johor’s eastern waters.The 29-year-old was arrested by police who went to his home in Palm Harbor, a Tampa suburb, and was booked for misusing the 911 system, a misdemeanor.Allianz Global, as well as two of three portfolio managers named in the complaint, also agreed to plead guilty in a parallel criminal case, the SEC said.Philbeck, a registered Republican voter, was initially informed that “the information he was providing was a non-emergency situation.3 nautical miles from Pulau Pemanggil near the waters off Mersing yesterday.” He was also warned not to use the 911 system in such a manner.Gendron, who police said surrendered to officers confronting him inside the store after he held the gun barrel to his own chin, has been jailed without bail on a charge of first-degree murder.

Nevertheless, he persisted.He said an inspection on board the trawler found that the Vietnamese fishermen did not have any valid documents and fishing permits.Allianz Global agreed to pay about US$1 billion in penalties and disgorgement, while the company and its German parent will pay over US$5 billion in restitution to victims, the statement said.When police arrived at Philbeck’s residence, he was still on the line with 911.Needless to say, that call was cut short by Philbeck’s 6 am arrest.“The value of the seizure is estimated to be about RM1.The arrest report notes that there was an indication of alcohol influence.The government is also charging lead portfolio manager Gregoire Tournant.You May Also Like.Muhd Zailani said the arrests and seized items were taken to the Region Two Marine Police Force tactical base in Mersing for further action.Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia said at a news briefing yesterday the suspect had visited Buffalo in early March, but he declined to confirm other details of the probe reported by the Washington Post or other news media.

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