World Florida woman, 57, is arrested for calling 911 twice in four hours claiming she had a medical emergency - when she actually wanted paramedics to buy her BEER

00:26  09 may  2018
00:26  09 may  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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a person smiling for the camera: Jennifer Sue Roberts, 57, was arrested on Friday after calling police twice in four hours to get beer© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jennifer Sue Roberts, 57, was arrested on Friday after calling police twice in four hours to get beer

A Florida woman was arrested after she called 911 twice because she wanted beer. Jennifer Sue Roberts, 57, was arrested on Friday after she phoned police claiming a medical emergency.

But when paramedics arrived on the scene she said she was just thirsty and needed a beer. They added she already appeared intoxicated when they arrived to help her.

She called around noon and again around 4pm and was arrested after the second false alarm. She has been charged with misusing the emergency system.

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She took my bottle of booze and I want it back." For more than 20 minutes, Ronald Ernest Jones, 60, of Pompano Beach, Fla., badgered emergency dispatchers over a claim his landlady had stolen his liquor. In Delray Beach, Benjamin Dewer, 26, twice called 911 in the early morning hours .

Woman is arrested for ' calling 911 THIRTY-TWO times before flirtatiously asking a police officer to return to her hotel room with ice cream'. She also called the non- emergency number twice . During a third call , Harbor claimed she called 911 by accident.

But this wasn't the first time Roberts, who also goes by Jennifer Sue Sunday, has cried wolf to police.

She has made a total of 28 false calls claiming medical emergencies to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office since February, according to WFLA-TV.

a car parked in front of a building: She was released on Saturday on her own recognizance. She was previously arrested in Pinellas County in August 2014 and June 2016 also for abusing the 911 system© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited She was released on Saturday on her own recognizance. She was previously arrested in Pinellas County in August 2014 and June 2016 also for abusing the 911 system

Roberts, who hails from St. Petersburg, was released Saturday on her own recognizance.

She also has several Pinellas County arrests on counts of battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest with violence, and criminal mischief, according to The Tampa Bay Times.

She was also previously arrested for abusing the 911 system in Pinellas County in August 2014 and June 2016.

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