The article discusses an incident in Ohio where a 16-year-old girl was enraged by her father's form of discipline and called the police, accusing him of theft for taking away her $800 phone that she alleged "did not belong to him." However, the police determined that it was a non-emergency situation and used it as an opportunity to teach the girl about her rights as a minor and the rules set by her parents. The officers explained to her that having a cell phone under the age of 18 is a privilege and not a right. The article highlights the importance of discipline and accountability in parenting, as well as the fact that parents have the final say in whether their children are allowed to keep their possessions. It also serves as a reminder to children and teenagers that abusing 911 resources can have serious consequences and that making false allegations can result in legal repercussions.