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Ohio police are asking residents to stop calling meth dealer’s phone

Credit: Alliance Police Department
Credit: Alliance Police Department

After the arrest late Monday of an alleged meth dealer in Ohio, Alliance police announced on their Facebook page that the man had nothing more to sell so there was really no reason to contact him anymore.

“First of all, he is all out of drugs for tonight,” the post read, adding: “Secondly you don’t need to call – we will come to you soon enough.”

Police were trying to track down potential drug buyers by going through Steve Notman’s texts and voicemails and apparently they started getting very “annoyed” with callers who kept disrupting them.

“PLEASE STOP CALLING Steve Notman’s cell phone. He was arrested tonight by SIU detectives….again…. for ALLEGEDLY (on video) selling crystal meth here in Alliance,” the City of Alliance Police Department said.

According to Fox8 News, the Facebook post also included this one last remark about Notman: “his ringtone is terrible”.

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  1. Several years the County Drug Task force raided a house next door to where I was living. As they were making the arrest the dealer’s phone started ringing. The Task Force Officers answered and made several more arrest before the night was over. On a case where I made an arrest the dealer had five different cell phones and as we searched his vehicle for more narcotics the phones started ringing. It got comical as we tried to get more phone numbers and locations of the buyers and his associates.


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