Relentless: Woman Charged After Calling Precincts 11,000 Times to Argue With Anyone That Picked Up

(Image: Pinellas County Jail)

According to a report, a Florida woman was taken into custody this week after phoning police precincts 11,000 times this past year to talk sh*t and berate officers.

According to charging documents obtained by the Smoking Gun, Carla Jefferson, 50, dials the non-emergency lines of the St. Petersburg Police Department and the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office and “harasses, belittles, swears at, and argues with” anyone who answers.

Jefferson made 512 phone calls to the St. Petersburg police dept in a single 24-h cycle last month.

Her yearly count comes to about 30 calls to depts per day.

Jefferson’s ringtone tirade attributed to10% of all phone traffic to the St. Petersburg police department’s non-emergency line for the year.

According to the complaint, her calls frequently devolve into the use of “extreme expletives” and “sexual innuendo.”

Jefferson reportedly cautioned police officers that if they hang up, she will start calling back — and it seems she followed through on that guarantee.

Irritated cops threatened Jefferson with arrest in June if she didn’t give the phone a break.

She ignored the message, however, and was charged with a misdemeanor before posting $400 bail.

She was arrested again this week and released on her own recognizance after reportedly continuing her calling spree.

According to the outlet, Jefferson has a history of felony arrests and has spent time behind bars.

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