Omaha, Nebraska, has a stringent new anti-smoking law that bans the verboten pleasure in almost all public places. (Keno establishments are exempted.) A first-time offense is $100, a second-time is $200, and any subsuequent offense is $500. Cops and city officials urge Omaha citizens to report on the offending smokers by calling 9-1-1. Police public information sergeant Teresa Negron elucidated that witnesses are observed to call the emergency hotline when infractions are observed just like other crime. Marty Conboy, city prosecutor, said that he hasn't seen any citations on his desk yet. He added, "We're very grateful people in the city have taken it seriously." Mark Conrey, Douglas Country Emergency director was not amused with the call to inundate his hotline with illegal smoking sitings: he said that such actions threaten his emergency system. Who you gonna call? Buttbusters!