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Georgia woman arrested for threatening to kill neighbor during 911 call

Dispute was over accusations of throwing paper in yard


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MACON — A 55-year-old Georgia woman was arrested for allegedly threatening to kill her neighbor while she was on the phone with a 911 operator.

According to the Macon-Bibb Sheriff’s Department the dispute was over accusations the neighbor had thrown paper in the woman’s yard.

Deputies were dispatched to Forest Avenue in reference to a dispute between neighbors. While on the way to the call, deputies were informed that the caller had threatened to kill her neighbor and was cursing at the 911 operator on a recorded line.

Deputies made contact with the 55-year-old 911 caller when they arrived. Deputies say she was upset because she thought her neighbor had thrown paper in her yard. There was no paper in the yard when deputies arrived.

The caller was taken to the Bibb County Jail and charged with Terroristic Threats and Obscene/Vulgar Language to Intimidate/Harass 911 Operator. She bonded out on November 30, on a $4,545.00 bond.


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