This is a heck of a problem for one poor fellow. Seems that cell phone companies have a way for customers to find their lost phones. But Sprint's system has a flaw that is sending lost phone owners in a certain region directly to one house in North Las Vegas.
So the home owner gets awakened at all hours of the night by angry phone owners demanding he return a phone he doesn't have. But if technology says it's there, it must be there, right? Not if there's a bug in the program.
He's even gotten police visits responding to misdirected 911 calls. What a headache.
Let's hope Obama's killer drone program doesn't use that locator system.