"I lost part of my keychain:" Waukesha woman charged for repeatedly calling 911 during non-emergencies
WAUKESHA, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A Waukesha woman will be in court after being charged with making emergency calls that were not exactly emergencies.
According to a criminal complaint, 50-year-old Karen Kees of Waukesha made about 20 calls to 911 over the course of a month.
The calls ranged from losing part of a keychain to having a stomachache because she ate some bad chips, and even calling first responders to say she drank too much coffee and wanted a sleeping pill.
The complaint says Kees was warned a number of times about misusing 911.