"Midgets" dressed in camouflage. Worms emerging from the car floor. Possums jumping out of the microwave. People jumping out of the refrigerator. I don't blame Brandon Terry and Casey Fowler of Spartanburg County for calling 911 five times to report these unusual events taking place in their home.
Finally, a deputy arrived to investigate. From WYFF:
The deputy said Terry showed him several pictures of a basketball hoop and tree. Terry and Fowler told the deputy that there was a person standing beside the tree in camouflage. The deputy told Fowler he could not see the person and Fowler told the deputy it was because only he could see them.
Officials said Terry had six felony warrants for narcotics charges and was put in investigative detention, the report said.
Terry agreed to a field sobriety test. During the test, Terry stopped and said the deputy was touching his eyes, according to the report. The deputy told Terry he was not and restarted the test.
Terry and Fowler were charged with unlawful use of 911, and Terry received an additional charge for being a fugitive from justice.