Harold King dialed 911 several times on Monday, hanging up without saying a word -- until a dispatcher finally got him to stay on long enough to ask his address. King replied that he'd give his location, but only if the operator promised him 10 bucks for the information.
The dispatcher managed to discover the address and sent cops to check up on King. When deputies arrived, he admitted to being the caller, then got belligerent and raised a cement brick over his head, threatening to bean one officer with it. King was eventually subdued, but refused to explain why he'd made the non-emergency emergency calls.