Sergeant David Thompson from the city police in Washington was patrolling his area when he received a dispatch for a domestic disturbance complaint.
The neighbors of a woman named Lorna Jeanne Dudash had to call the emergency police number to report about the disturbing noise coming from her home. When the patrolling sergeant responded to the call he immediately went to the address of Lorna and knocked on the door. The woman opened up and they talked for a while, the police officer warning her to keep it down or else he would be forced to take measures. All went well and the police officer returned to his duties.
Later that same night Mrs. Dudash called back the emergency 911 line with a weird request. She demanded from the dispatcher to send back the same police officer who was at her doorstep. Mrs. Dudash referred to him as “cutie pie” and wanted his phone number so she could call him herself. She also added she hadn’t seen “a cop that cute in a long time”. When the emergency dispatcher verified that there was no actual emergency she did grant Mrs. Dudash her wish.
The dispatcher sent back the same sergeant but this time with an arrest warrant for abusing the emergency 911. Such an offense is considered to be very serious and is punishable by a fine of a couple of thousand dollars complemented by a year in jail.