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Man charged for using vulgar language on 911 call, has charges dropped

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WHITFIELD COUNTY, GA (WRCB) - Prosecutors have dropped the case against a Whitfield County, Georgia man who used profanity while talking to a police dispatcher in June.
The Whitfield County Sheriff's Office arrested 58-year-old Boyd Green, on a charge of using vulgar language on a 911 call.
Since Georgia lawmakers created that crime in 2007, no other person had been arrested in Whitfield County for that reason.

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