A homeless man was arrested for calling 9-1-1 several times, telling a dispatcher he was proclaiming the love of his son, "Jesus," a recording revealed. David McGuirk, 41, called Volusia County sheriff's dispatchers at least eight times at 7:41 p.m. Saturday, a DeLand police report shows. McGuirk, charged with misuse of a wireless 9-1-1 system, called dispatchers to complain about DeLand police harassing him, the report states. In one of the calls, McGuirk tells a dispatcher he is professing the love of Jesus. "Now, how is me calling 9-1-1 and trying to proclaim the love of Jesus ... going to allow me to be arrested for abuse," McGuirk said, "when all I want to do is proclaim the love of my son, Jesus." McGuirk was located on Howry Avenue, and when DeLand police asked dispatchers to call the number used to call 9-1-1, McGuirk's phone rang, police said. McGuirk was found drinking a beer, police said. He was released Sunday from the Volusia County Branch Jail on time served, a booking officer said.Does his son Jesus live in Massachusetts?
Sidebar: This is the 911 call.