A woman who called 911 in hopes of another look at “the cutest cop I’ve seen in God knows how long” won’t go to jail for misusing the emergency system, a judge decided.
She will do two years of probation and 100 hours of community service, and pay $693 in fines and fees.
“People who are, oh, say, older than 7 know not to use 911 except when where is an emergency,” Washington County Judge Marco Hernandez told Lorna Dudash, 45, of Aloha.
Dudash’s dream deputy came to her door on June 15, along with another officer, to tell her to turn down her music.
Afterward, Dudash called emergency dispatchers.
“I’m 45 years old and I’d just like to meet him again, but I don’t know how to go about doing that without calling 911,” she said.
The deputy went back, to arrest her.
She pleaded guilty Thursday. She could have gotten a year in jail and a fine of more than $6,000.