Example this morning someone called police saying they heard coughing from my daughter and no one was home. Police called and I didn't answer. I then get a knock at the door and its then police asking to come in. He then said there was a call about my child coughing and it appeared that no one was home with her. I said she's sick. He then said I tried calling and there was no answer. I said I don't answer calls from numbers I don't know. He said he wasn't going to make a report but going to call the person who called and say everything was okay. This isn't the first time someone has called for something so stupid.
Law enforcement is not required to disclose that information. If there is a police report, you can seek to acquire it from the police department. However, if no report was made, you would not be advised of the individual making the report unless some kind of legal action was commenced.
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The obvious answer would be a neighbor but that doesn’t mean they would tell you. You can seek out a 911 dispatch log that may help.
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