Tulsa woman jailed after making 59 calls to 911 in one day

Tulsa County sheriff’s deputies on Wednesday arrested a woman accused of making dozens of calls to Tulsa’s Emergency Communications Center within an eight-hour period in November.

By AMANDA BLAND - Tulsa World Modified: February 28, 2013 at 9:06 am •  Published: February 28, 2013
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Tulsa County sheriff’s deputies on Wednesday arrested a woman accused of making dozens of calls to Tulsa’s Emergency Communications Center within an eight-hour period in November.

Regina K. Sanders, 46, was charged Feb. 15 with single misdemeanor counts of placing an obscene, threatening or harassing phone call and interference with an emergency call, court filings show.

Prosecutors allege Sanders made 59 calls to 911 dispatchers on Nov. 16. On one occasion, she’s accused of telling a dispatcher “it’s my job to harass you (expletive deleted).”

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