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Does Destroying a Cell Phone Being Used to Summon Aid in Emergency Constitute 'Disrupting Public Service?'
State of Ohio v. Raynell Robinson, Case nos. 2008-1942 and 2008-2170
3rd District Court of Appeals (Union County)
ISSUE: Does the destruction of a single, private telephone while it is being used to call 911 violate the state law that prohibits "disrupting public services" by substantially impairing the ability of police or other emergency services personnel to respond to an emergency?