Drew Garabo Helps an Abused Woman

A woman who identified herself as Nicole called in to the show to talk about religion but instead began to talk about problems in her life and her relationship.
Nicole told 102.5 The Bone’s radio host Drew Garabo she and her boyfriend, whom she called Jeff, were just leaving the emergency room, where she had been treated for a broken hand after an altercation. Both she and Jeff spoke to Garabo, discussing Jeff’s drug problem. At one point, Jeff admitted to being high on meth during the call.
Rather than dismiss the call, Garabo stayed live on the air and kept the two on the line for more than half an hour.
“This was unlike anything we have encountered on air before. She seemed to be crying out for help and luckily Drew was able to talk to her long enough until law enforcement arrived,” Seth Kushner, executive producer of the show, said.
Show producers called police on another line during the call, giving officers the information they needed to locate the callers. The call did not end until officers showed up. The callers were taken to a police station for questioning, show producers said.
Producers at 102.5 The BONE said they had a call in to police to see if more details of the outcome were available.

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