A Houston 911 operator accused of hanging up on thousands of emergency calls is charged with two counts of interference with an emergency telephone call.

Harris County court records show 43-year-old Crenshanda Williams of Houston was charged October 5 and freed on a measly $2,000 bond.

KPRC-TV reports that Williams was involved in thousands of “short calls” lasting 20 seconds or less between October 2015 and March 2016. She no longer works for the Houston Emergency Center.

In one incident, Williams hung up on a caller reporting a robbery at a convenience store. The man called back and spoke to a different operator, but by the time police arrived, the store manager was fatally shot.

Williams’ phone number is not listed (of course). Online court records don’t list an attorney willing to speak on her behalf.

Your Check is in the Mail

The U.S. Postal Service has launched an investigation after a metro Atlanta resident says she filmed a worker dumping hundreds of pieces of mail in the woods.

Kellie Campbell of DeKalb County tells WSB-TV she recorded the postal worker walking near a fence and dumping several bins of mail into a ditch.

Campbell called the Postal Service, which sent workers to collect and deliver the mail.

In a statement, the Postal Service condemned the unlawful disposal of mail and said it was investigating the incident.

Officials did not release the name of the accused mail carrier, but said the employee was working part-time. Charges are pending follow an investigation.