Make sure it’s a life or death emergency before calling the police in Joe Biden’s America.
The ongoing surge in gas prices could now even put communities in danger. New reports have revealed Isabella County Police Department in Michigan has advised officers to handle all non-urgent calls by telephone due to the fact of the rising gas prices.
According to County Administrator Nicole Frost, the Isabella County Police Department has already used 96% of the Sheriff’s Office’s fuel budget.
Isabella County Sheriff Michael Main reportedly told the New York Post
“We have exhausted what funds were budgeted for fuel with several months to go before the budget reset,” the sheriff wrote Tuesday as the state-wide average rose above $5.20 a gallon.
“I have instructed the deputies to attempt to manage whatever calls are acceptable over the phone,” he said, detailing how they would be calls that were non-life-threatening or not currently in progress.
“I want to assure the community that safety is our primary goal,” he insisted, stressing that his officers would still be sent out to “any call that is in progress with active suspects.”