Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Springfield man finds drugs in motel, calls police & threatens to use them

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SPRINGFIELD, Pa. (YC) — Police in Springfield received an odd 911 call early Tuesday afternoon.
According to reports, a man staying at the Rodeway Inn located at 675 Baltimore Pike in Springfield, Delaware County found drug paraphernalia in his room.


The man immediately called 911 to alert authorities about what he found, but quickly changed his mind minutes later when he found what appeared to be cocaine in the paraphernalia.
As police were responding to the motel, they received a second call from the man stating he now found narcotics too, but police need to hurry or else .. he’d do a “line.”
It is not known if the man followed through with his threat, but police did arrive.
In other news, earlier this week Upper Darby Police received a call stating a group of bandits broke into a mans home, stole his fish tank but left the fish.
Delaware County sure does have some very, very, very odd 911 calls.

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