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First time I ever heard this (callers voice)

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Chris0381

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Boy what a strange active night last night in CT. The scanner never fell silent, I scan about 10 cities.

Well over dispatch in New Britain I think I heard for the first time the callers voice complaining of a neighbor being loud and "its making me mad". Did I actually hear what I thought I heard (the callers voice) or that I fall asleep listening to the scanner and I may have drempt it?
 

RocketMan1

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No, you didn't dream it. I have had this happen several times with several different agencies where I live, I don't know what the reason is, maybe an open mike. I'm sure one of the dispatchers here could shed more light on the subject.
 

Chris0381

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Thanks RocketMan.

I had a feeling I heard the callers voice and its nice to know it does happen and not my imagination as I do have 1 or 2 beers while sometimes listening to the scanner.
 

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The dispatcher prolly accidentally keyed up their radio during a 9-1-1 call.
 
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