No arrests in meatball 911 call

A woman called 911 after she claimed she was served burnt meatballs at a Fairfield Subway sandwich shop.Police say Tamekah Rudd, 37, got into a

FAIRFIELD - A woman called 911 after she claimed she was served burnt meatballs at a Fairfield Subway sandwich shop.

Police say Tamekah Rudd, 37, got into a heated argument with an employee over the meatballs leading her to call 911.

They say there were no arrests made and are warning people that 911 is only for true emergencies.

Burnt meatballs on sandwich lead to 911 call

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