We love the spirit out there in Warrenton, but is it really an emergency to report a man who keeps calling the police and city hall clogging up the phone lines?

Or the woman hitchhiking on U.S. Highway 101, flipping people off?

Or the guy who wants to arrest cops? Wait ...

Follow reporter Kyle Spurr on his 9-1-What? Twitter watch, where a few of the sometimes head-scratching calls to area dispatch take center stage. The full feed is at www.twitter.com/9_1_WHAT.

https://twitter.com/9_1_WHAT/status/658729035292213248

{10/15 @ 10:51 a.m.} Caller reports their landlord is outside loading a weapon. #Seaside

https://twitter.com/9_1_WHAT/status/658729203009884160

{10/15 @ 11:11 a.m.} Man keeps calling the police and city hall clogging up the phone lines. #Warrenton

https://twitter.com/9_1_WHAT/status/658729576315535360

{10/15 @ 1:35 p.m.} Man stating he wanted to arrest cops. #Warrenton

https://twitter.com/9_1_WHAT/status/658730098686734336

{10/15 @ 4:55 p.m.} Woman hitchhiking on U.S. Highway 101 and flipping people off. #Warrenton

https://twitter.com/9_1_WHAT/status/658730507182567424

{10/15 @ 9:21 p.m.} Someone threw paper that was on fire in the caller’s vehicle. #Astoria

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