File this in the only in Florida category. A man and his two passengers looked surprised when a deputy pulled them over and asked them why they were talking about selling drugs. What they didn't know is that the driver’s cell phone accidentally dialed 9-1-1 and dispatchers were listening in to their conversation.

9-1-1 Dispatchers directed deputies toward Orange City, Florida where the phone signal was coming from. Dispatchers said they could hear the men talking about selling drugs and that the men were talking about how they were driving a tow truck and going home, mentioning the name "Harry" several times, deputies said "that made it easy for deputies to spot the tow truck with "Harry's Towing" written on the side of it."

The vehicle was searched and the driver, Matthew Dollarhide, 19, had a crack pipe on him. He claims that it was his fathers. Dollarhide was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.