Greenwich Woman Charged after Allegedly Dialing 911 Six Times for Personal Issues

A Greenwich woman was arrested on Wednesday night at about 5:30pm after repeatedly making 911 calls for personal issues.

According to Lt. Gray, the woman was intoxicated and having incoherent conversation following a dispute with her parents over the return of her dog.

Kathleen Sandor, 50, of 190 Putnam Park, was reported to have been intoxicated and repeatedly calling 911 for non-emergencies.

After being advised to cease contacting Greenwich Police unless it was an emergency, Sandor continued to call Greenwich Police via 911.

She was arrested and charged with six counts of Misuse of 911 System.  She was also charged with Refusing to be Fingerprinted after refusing to be fingerprinted during the booking process at Greenwich Police Station.

Her bond was set at $2,5000 which she was unable to post. She was placed in a cell block and assigned a date in Stamford Superior Court on Dec. 23, 2015.

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