Man called 911 more than 12 times to harass neighbor, Orange Co. cops say

Deputies say man was upset with neighbor over noise level

Local 6 News at 5:00p
Local 6 News at 5:00p

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Orange County deputies have arrested a man they say called 911 more than a dozen times with fake calls to harass a neighbor.

Donovan Greenfield, 37, has been charged with aggravated stalking and misusing 911 system in what deputies say is a retaliation to Greenfield's neighbor asking him to turn down his music.

Deputies said for months they've received several 911 calls traced back to Greenfield and although he has used several voices in his calls, the complaints are similar.

Greenfield also uses the same details each time to describe his neighbor, according to deputies.

"Ma'am I just saw my neighbor putting hate, hate notes on the stairway of my house, Greenfield told dispatchers.

"Well I saw him with a gun in his hand, there's people standing around his car, he's talking to them," Greenfield told dispatchers in another call. "I seen a gun, like I don't know if he selling it or showing it to them, that's kind of scary."

Greenfield bonded out of the Orange County Jail.