I find the 911 call being thought to have come from a home about 10 houses away, a little impossible to believe.. I mean, as an error. Some people very close to me had an experience in summer 2017 way the *heck* up in northern Ontario at a cottagey/rental/vacationey spot.. when their adolescent daughter's iphone inadvertently did that movement on the phone which contacts 911 without actually dialing it.. got caught in a lawnchair or some crazy thing.. and wouldn't you know.. officers show up to question them awhile later.. in way the HAY up there.. some 5 hours north of TO, where one might forgive if locations were not exact. Given this Old Colony Road location is a TO neighborhood right in the city, I can't see there being a mistake.. maybe a 'mistake' in that perhaps the originating phone number did not match the address where it showed the call was emanating from.. It's also when you think about it.. weird that if police thought a 911 hangup came from a certain home.. they did not ask to have a look through the home. For those of us who have been through an experience of someone dialing 911, police like to make *sure* there isn't someone in there being held against their will or whatever.. I doubt if they would be content with just saying, 'did you make this call', 'no', 'oh ok', and then leave. From what I have experienced and heard from others, they take this stuff very seriously, which they should.