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What began as a problem with 911 service for some Delaware county residents, now has Delaware police investigating possible criminal activity.
The 911 problems have involved customers of Delaware-based ICS Communications.
According to a search warrant obtained by 10TV, Dublin police had reported multiple 911 calls from nursing homes in Delaware.
Delaware police began checking into the confusion and discovered the 911 calls were being routed to an address on Hamrock Drive in Franklin County where a man answered the call by responding “911”.
The search warrant also says the man claimed to be a doctor.
The warrant says an employee of ICS Communications has an address listed in his name at the same Hamrock Drive location.
10TV News is not naming that ICS employee because he has not been officially charged with a crime.
He did talk to 10TV off camera and said the 911 issues resulted from a switch in phone systems that led to some glitches.
He also said police are investigating because they want to make sure the 911 calls are making it to the correct destination.
Police tell 10TV they are unable to comment on the investigation at this time.
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