Crews have responded to every call and sometimes Baccus doesn't answer the door, Crider said.
The more time first responders spend at the home for non-emergencies, the more time it could take them to get to scenes where it could mean life or death, officials said.
A friend of Baccus' told WSB that he is a disabled veteran.
Jail records show he hasn't turned himself in to police. Calls to his attorney haven't been returned.