Florida Woman Accused of Calling 911 for Sex
On February 21, 2014, Maria Montanez-Colon of Punta Gorda, Florida called 911. “There’s no emergency; I need to ask you a question.”
Colon, 58, asked a question about a Corvette. Police responded to her home and said it was clear that she had been drinking.
Her questions became more inappropriate. Police say that Montanez-Colon indicated she wanted to have sex with the responding officer, grabbing his arm and rubbing his chest.
Police left her with a warning for calling without an emergency, but Colon did not heed the warning and called 911 again. When police returned to her house, Colon said she was upset that she was rejected.
She was handcuffed and taken to the Charlotte County Jail, charged with misuse of 911.
I’ve heard that gin is called “do-it fluid.” I wonder if Montanez-Colon was drunk off gin?
Now we have it folks — the new understanding of “to serve and protect.” So, when is a call going to be made to 911 to have the cops deliver condoms as part of their duty to protect?
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