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Posted Wednesday, June 9, 2010
ALLIANCE, Ohio (AP) -- An Ohio woman spent three days in jail for calling the
911 emergency line five times seeking a husband. The dispatcher was
flabbergasted by the requests and asked Audrey Scott, of Alliance, ''You need to
get a husband?'' The 57-year-old Scott responded, ''Yes.''
|Intoxicated Ohio woman
jailed for calling 911 seeking husband
|By The Associated Press
Told that she could face arrest for misusing 911, Scott responded, ''Let's do
Scott was convicted last week of improper use of the 911 system and was
sentenced to the three days in jail, which she had already served since her
arrest. Seven other days were suspended if she stays out of trouble for a year.
After her release, Scott blamed the case on alcohol. There is no phone listing
for Scott, who could not be reached for additional comment Wednesday.
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