COPS: Woman Has History Of Calling 911 For No Reason. Jailed For Misusing System.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Delray Beach woman is now out of the Palm Beach County jail following her Wednesday arrest for misusing 911.
According to the Delray Beach Police Department, Tobi Rosen of the 700 block of NW 27th Avenue in Delray called 911 to tell dispatchers that police told her not to call 911. It seems that Rosen, according to a police report, has a tendency to call for emergency services where there is no emergency.
From the police report written by one of the arresting officers:
“On 09/22/2021 I responded to 714 NW 27th Ave in reference to a subject misusing 911
Upon arrival I met with the defendant who has been identified as Tobi Rosen.
Rosen has called 911 multiple times over the past few days for reasons that are not an emergency
nor police related. On 09/20/21 she called police at approximately 15:19 hours to tell
officers that DEFD told her to not call 911 again unless it was an emergency.
Rosen called 911 again on 09/20/21 at approximately 20:53 hours to tell officers that her husband was missing
even though he was in the home. Rosen called again on 911 (three additional times) all for the same incidents.
DBFD also has responded numerous times for Rosen when they weren’t really needed.
Rosen reported false information that resulted in the emergency response of a public agency.
and knowingly used such services for a purpose other than obtaining public safety assistance.”
Rosen was booked into jail at 4:16 a.m. Wednesday. She was released on her own recognizance just before 9:30. A court date is pending.
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