A Woman is Busted For Repeatedly Calling 911 With Fake Crimes to Try to Get Out of Tickets:
33-year-old Aisha Jackson of Waukesha, Wisconsin must've THOUGHT she had come up with a GENIUS PLAN to get out of speeding tickets.
Last year, Aisha was pulled over SEVEN times . . . once in January, August, September, October, and December, and twice in May. And each time, she pulled the same stunt.
Aisha would call 911 and report a FAKE CRIME nearby, usually about armed, masked men going into a store. And all seven times, the cop who'd pulled her over was called IMMEDIATELY to the scene, which let her drive away without a ticket.
That MIGHT'VE worked once. Maybe twice. But when someone reports the same fake crime from the same cell phone number SEVEN times in a year, someone's going to notice. And in this case, an employee at the 911 dispatch center noticed.
Aisha was arrested for seven counts of false 911 use. Each count carries a max sentence of 100 days in prison and $300 in fines . . . which works out to about 21 months in prison and $2,100 in fines.