Ohio man calls police 25 times for help finding hoodie, gets charged with felony, police said

Harves Gardner (Photo: Provided/Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

CINCINNATI – An Ohio man was arrested early Monday morning after authorities said he called the police more than 25 times to get help looking for a lost hoodie.

Harves Gardner, 32, faces a felony charge of disrupting public services.

Police said Gardner requested police assistance and officers responded.

“When police arrived (the) defendant only wanted rides around town to find his hoodie that he lost,” officers reported.

Police said Gardner was highly intoxicated and officers told him to go back to bed, but he continued calling and gave different locations for the police to respond.

Gardner is being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center. He is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.

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