Fellsmere Man Calls 911 for President Donald Trump

A Fellsmere man was arrested for abusing the 911 service.
A Fellsmere man was arrested for abusing the 911 service.

FELLSMERE – A 911 dispatcher received a call from a man asking to find world-renowned rappers Drake and Lil Wayne, as well as President Donald Trump, according to the Fellsmere Police Department.

Zeogery Bruno Castro, 28, began to shout on the phone at the dispatcher, “Find Drake, Find Lil Wayne, they know who I am,” before hanging up.

The dispatcher then called Castro back and he began to ramble in codes stating that officers needed to figure it out, “IT, the scary movie,” and to ‘Find Drake, Find Lil Wayne,” before hanging up.

Officers arrived at 63 Sonrise Square and found Castro shouting in the middle of the parking lot telling people he was God.

“I informed Castro several times that he could not call 911 unless it was an emergency. He stated that he could call 911 for whatever he wanted, and that I should just take him to jail,” the officer said.

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Police warned Castro not to call 911 unless it was an emergency before they left.

A few minutes later, Castro called 911 against and shouted that he needed to speak to President Donald Trump. He told the dispatcher that there was a government conspiracy involving Trump.

Officers returned to the location and arrested Castro for misusing the 911 service.

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Scott Lee is a columnist and reporter for Sebastian Daily. Scott moved to Indian River County in 2015 and has been writing for various publications for approximately 30 years. Currently, he writes part-time and manages a featured column about local businesses in Sebastian and Vero Beach.