Fla. woman asks for sex from cop, dials 911 after denial
Woman was arrested for misuse of 911 after repeatedly asking dispatchers to send an officer to her home for sex
By PoliceOne Staff
PUNTA GORDA, Fla. — A Florida woman was arrested for misuse of 911 after repeatedly asking dispatchers to send an officer to her home for sex.
According to WBBH, Maria Montenez-Colon initially called about a Corvette. She had signed ownership over to her step-son and wanted the car back.
When the officer arrived at Montenez-Colon’s house, he discovered that she was drunk. As she explained the car situation to him, she began to make sexual advances.
According to the report, Montenez-Colon allegedly told the officer, "I haven't been penetrated in years," and "I am so horny."
When the officer asked how he could help with the vehicle issue, Montenez-Colon said, "You can [expletive] me."
The officer left the house after multiple attempts to get the suspect back on topic, and warned her not to abuse the 911 system.
Montenez-Colon dialed 911 again an hour later to complain about her experience. After Montenez-Colon admitted to the original officer and a colleague that she purposely re-dialed to get the officer to return to the house, she was arrested for misuse of 911.