Nick Gordon, unofficial husband of Bobbi Kristina Brown dialed 911 for what he considered classified as an emergency call. According to an exclusive Radar Online Feb. 26, 2015, article/911audio, Nick used the emergency number for a situation that he considered to be of supreme importance. He was having trouble with his vehicle registration tags. Nick told the Alpharette dispatcher, “Um, uh, I .. um… I went to… I bought… I bought my vehicle, a BMW and uh, from Carmax, and I’ve been waiting for my tag,” he said. “I went to the dealer, I mean, to the tag office the other day and they told me that the tag was sent on May 1, and if I haven’t received it yet, I need to file a police report to get the proper tag and registration on my car.”
Nick Gordon got his wish of a police officer coming to his and Bobbi Kristina’s home in Alpharetta, Georgia. This is the same BMW car that Nick crashed in August 2014. The Roswell police arrested him for DUI less safe, and failure to maintain lane. He was also charged with driving with a suspended license. Zach Frommer told Radar Online that “at about 11:37am, there was a single vehicle accident at Holcomb Bridge Rd (GA 140) near the intersection of Barnwell Rd involving a BMW sedan. Preliminary investigation shows that the vehicle attempted to change lanes, struck a curb and overturned, striking a fire hydrant. There were no injuries reported and no one was transported to the hospital.” Nick had fellow passenger, Mason Whitaker in the car with him at the time. Mason was not injured.
The Roswell and Alpharetta police are well acquainted with Nick Gordon’s residence. Neighbors have dialed the 911 number to complain about the excessive noise coming from Nick and Bobbi Kristina’s apartment. An off –duty policeman even dialed the emergency number to report loud music pouring from the 5201 Beaver Creek Road apartment. He told the dispatcher, “It’s like partying. They’re probably over there smoking dope. So I’d probably send two people over there because they’re always high.”
Another neighbor in a separate incidence told the dispatcher, “Everything you can think of… they’ve been fighting, banging, screaming. We just heard one of the girls scream and this huge like thud came. “The dogs have been barking, they’ve been running around, things are dropping on the floor. This isn’t the first time we’ve had to call.”
Between the partying, the alleged drugs, and the calls to 911, it was only a matter of time before police had to respond to a real emergency of life and death. What do you think about Nick calling 911 to report his lost registration tags? Do you consider it a waste of time for the Alpharetta police department? Should they have fined him for using an emergency number to report a non-emergency? Post your thoughts below.