Police have arrested a woman in the state of Florida, USA. Allegedly, he alone called the emergency number 911 12 thousand times. News from Fox News.

According to a criminal complaint filed against Carla Jefferson, 51, she harassed, insulted and argued with whoever answered her calls on the non-emergency lines of the St. Petersburg Police Department and the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, Fox News reported.

According to officials, the woman has made 10 percent of all calls to the St. Petersburg department this year.

Jefferson called police 512 times in a 24-hour period last month. According to Fox News, the police described the calls as ‘obscene and threatening’ in their affidavit before the court.

Police spokeswoman Yolanda Fernandez told reporters she does not call for police services. He calls to harass, taunt and simply humiliate the callers. We are now in a situation where we are unable to receive any important calls from common people due to his phone. I can’t give any response from the police at the moment of their danger.

Police sent a letter to Ms. Jefferson in June, the New York Post reported. It was written there that he should not bother the police by calling so many times. If disturbed, he will be arrested. But after receiving the notice, he again called the precinct and the officers insisted on arresting him.

The report also said that he was arrested again this week for ringing the ringtone rampage, but was later released. Police said Ms. Jefferson had prior felony arrests and spent several years in prison.

(19 August)