Man in Florida Repeatedly Called 911, Asked to Be Deported

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A man in southwest Florida was arrested after he repeatedly called 911 asking to be deported, authorities said.

Cesar Sanchez, 30, was taken into custody Tuesday on a charge of misuse of 911, the Collier County Sheriff’s Office said.

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Sanchez made repeated 911 calls as he was biking up and down Bayshore Drive in Naples, telling the operator he wanted to be sent home to Guatemala, NBC 2 reported.

“You called 911. Do you have an emergency?” the operator said in one of the calls.

“I’m very sick. It’s not an emergency. I just want them to deport me,” Sanchez responded in Spanish.

Deputies arrived and took Sanchez into custody. He remained in jail Friday on $2,000 bond, and it’s unknown if he’ll be handed over to immigration officials.

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