Police Beg Drug Dealer’s Clientele to Stop Calling His Phone

By Sherley Boursiquot
Sherley Boursiquot
Sherley Boursiquot
May 4, 2016 Updated: May 5, 2016

The Alliance, Ohio police department took to Facebook on May 3 to beg arrested drug dealer’s clientele (who apparently are meth users) to stop calling his phone.

“PLEASE STOP CALLING Steve Notman’s cell phone,” the post reads.

Police said they got permission from Notman to go through the contacts in his phone. 

“We have his phone and are trying to read all your texts requesting drugs and going through all of his contacts (with his permission) but you keep calling and texting and it’s really annoying.”

The department added that Notman is “out of drugs for tonight.”

Apparently, this wasn’t Notman’s first time getting arrested by SIU detectives for allegedly selling crystal meth in Alliance, police said. 

The police department also notified the public that Notman has a “terrible” ringtone, but they didn’t reveal what the ringtone was. 

“Hey, you didn’t answer the most inquiring question. What’s the ringtone? asked a Facebook user. 

The post has since been shared over 11,000 times.