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Police don't respond to assault at pizza place

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FLINT, Mich. (AP) -

Flint police were not sent to a Domino's Pizza location when a manager called 911 to report that an employee was being assaulted.

The Flint Journal reviewed the calls made by Heather Napthen. The newspaper reports Wednesday Napthen called 911 three times on Feb. 20 after an irate customer came into complain about a $97 pizza order.

Napthen is heard saying: "Oh my god, this girl is hitting my employee. I need someone out here now."

A dispatcher responds that no one is available to come and check it out.

Flint Police Chief James Tolbert has said he's "not quite satisfied" with the way the call went. The chief says he wants all police and 911 department employees to receive public service training.

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