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'My p***y's on fire': Drunk Ohio woman asks 911 to send fire department to ‘put it out with their hose’

An intoxicated Katrina Morgan called the fire department from her friend’s house in Port Clinton, and was arrested for her act
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OTTAWA COUNTY, OHIO: A woman who called 911 in a drunken state and claimed that her “p***y was on fire” recently pleaded guilty for her misuse of the emergency dispatch system. On May 2, an intoxicated Katrina Morgan called the fire department from her friend’s house in Port Clinton, Ohio, because she needed someone to “put out” her p***y’s fire, police said in a report.

In a recording of the call obtained by The Smoking Gun, Morgan can be heard saying to the dispatcher: “I need the fire department please because my p***y’s on fire! I need to make sure their hose is working. Is their hose working?" When the dispatcher asked, “What is on fire?", the 50-year-old responded, “I need the fire department because my p***y's on fire. And I need somebody to come put it out with their hose!"

Officers from the Port Clinton Police Department were then sent to the house of Morgan’s friend, who was heard squealing in the background when the 911 call was made. Soon, officers arrested her and she was initially charged with disrupting public service, a felony, and several misdemeanors. But later in a plea deal with prosecutors, Morgan pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct, after which, she was asked to pay $250 and given 10 days jail term, though her sentencing stands suspended if she avoids trouble for a year. $150 of her fine has also been suspended, The Smoking Gun reported.

In another incident, a Florida man landed in trouble after he called 911 to check their efficiency. Nicholas Jones was arrested after he called the police to brag about his escaping skills from a traffic stop. But he got the taste of his own medicine when the 19-year-old’s call led the officers to him, who pulled him for a tail light violation.

According to reports, Jones could have easily avoided all the ruckus if he had not called the police and bragged about how he was able to get away with the crime and rant about the deputies not doing their work properly. The young man reportedly called 911 and said, “What do we pay you guys for?" as per a recording obtained by Fox 30. "I want to know… I like ran from a cop 30 minutes to an hour ago. I was the guy that… over there off of Kings Estates. Like what do we pay you guys for? Like, I’ve driven past four cops," he added. However, when the dispatcher asked him "What do you mean you ran from a cop?" to clear things up, Jones went on to describe the whole episode.

He proudly told the dispatcher: “I mean, he turned his lights on me and got behind me, and as he was walking up to my car I did a donut around him and left him.” But his statements still feel confusing to the person on call and he asked Jones, “OK, you want to now see the officer. Or … What's your question?"

To which, the teenager stated, “Like, my question is… I’m assuming he put an APB out that has someone looking for my car… so like he definitely got the plate number, but I've passed like four cops just driving around… Like, what are you guys doing?" "Well, we're working on many calls, sir," the dispatcher responded. The call then helped the cops to find Jones' location. They also realized that there was an active warrant against him and Jones was arrested.