Police arrested a woman after they say she called 911 after a police officer refused to have sex with her.
A Florida woman was arrested after she called 911 to complain that the officer who had been at her home earlier denied her advances and refused to have sex with her, NBC-2 is reporting.
An officer originally came to Maria Montenez-Colon's Punta Gorda home Friday night after she called saying she wanted her Corvette back, a car she had signed over to her step son after her husband died.
The officer tried to explain that Montenez-Colon, who was reportedly intoxicated, should call the non-emergency line in the future but she was more interested in trying to touch the officer's chest and arms, telling him she hasn't had sex in years and "I am so horny," the TV station reports.
He denied her advances and left, only to return an hour later with another officer after Montenez-Colon called 911 again to complain that the officer wouldn't have sex with her. She said calling 911 the second time was the only way she would be able to get the officer to have sex with her.
She now faces a misuse of 911 charge.
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