Woman feels threatened and calls 911 - 30 times
Dec 23 2009
KERRVILLE, Texas— Prosecutors will review the case of a woman authorities claim has called 911 30 times over six months for non-emergency reasons, including a call to complain that her husband refused to eat his dinner. Last Friday, the woman allegedly made a pair of calls to 911, including a hang-up and another where a woman was heard screaming.
Police were dispatched to the residence and officer Paul Gonzales said police were told by her that "her husband did not want to eat his supper." A police report said the 53-year-old woman was also yelling "about things that happened two weeks ago."
She told the officer that she was concerned that her husband's life insurance policy would not pay if he committed suicide by starvation. She said that she could be left destitute "over a couple of stinkin' pork chops." The man claimed the woman was such a lousy cook that no one would eat anything she prepared. He also claimed the woman had marinated pork chops in rat poison on another occasion, but he had refused to eat then also.
The woman now faces charges of 911 abuse. Prosecutors said no decision had been made about her prosecution for attempted murder in the rat poison claim.