Skip to comments.Woman Calls 911 to Ask 'Cutie Pie' Cop to Come to Her Home
Posted on 07/14/2006 6:33:56 AM PDT by Military family member
ALOHA, Ore. A woman who called 911 to get "the cutest cop I've seen" sent back to her home got a date all right a court date.
The same sheriff's deputy arrested her on charges of misuse of the emergency dispatch system.
Washington County Sheriff's Sgt. David Thompson told KGW-TV of Portland it all started with a noise complaint called in last month by neighbors of Lorna Jeanne Dudash. The deputy sent to check on the complaint knocked on her door, then left.
Click here to read the KGW-TV story.
Thompson said Dudash then called 911, asking that the "cutie pie" deputy return.
"He's the cutest cop I've seen in a long time. I just want to know his name," Dudash told the dispatcher. "Heck, it doesn't come very often a good man comes to your doorstep."
After listening to some more, followed by a bit of silence, the dispatcher asked again why Dudash needed the deputy to return.
"Honey, I'm just going to be honest with you, OK? I just thought he was cute. 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.
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If I was the cop I'd be flattered!
She should get jail time for that.
Cop groupies, who knew?
The cop in question returned to her home and arrested her.
This is the kind of hard hitting journalism that Fox is despiring to these days. If she's a blonde, white woman she'll get face time on The Greta Show.
I know a (former) female cop who pulled a guy over so she could ask him out. They're married now.
Oh, good grief. The woman said it wasn't an emergency yet the cops got all hyper. The dispatcher could just as easily transfered the call to a non-emergency number if there had been other emergency lines lighting up so obviously there weren't other emergencies being called in at the time. There has been times I've had to call the emergency line when there wasn't a dire emergency because there's no other number at certain hours/days (of course explaining just as she did that there wasn't an emergency). If I were the judge, I'd want an explaination from Cutie-Pie how he justifies taking himself off the streets to go out to her house, arresting her, filing paperwork, and then wasting the court's time. I also imagine her being 45 rather than a sizzling hot 18 year old in a thong had a lot to do with his decision to arrest her.
Talk about making a mountain out of a molehill.
Why arrest this woman? Why not just tell her over the phone that she isnt allowed to call 911 for such thing and then go tease hell out of the cop? I mean I wouldnt think Aloha Oregon had such a busy 911 line that she presented any danger to anyone.
AP actually. Fox probably ran with it to fill in time.
This is a video of her.....
How much you want to bet if he thought she was 'cute', he wouldn't have arrested her.
LOL, i bet she enjoyed that!
I busted a gut first time I saw that.."Oh my God... Oh my God, the keys are in the ignition!" LOL!
they got it wrong... ask geo strait
he"s the fireman @ 911
they call him the fireman, thats his name
making his rounds all over town putting out old flame
Tell me about it..I`m 43 and not once in my entire life has a woman EVER asked me out or even made a pass at me, but on the other hand I`m one butt ugly bastard.
Is that a tatoo on her neck?
LOL! His securing her in hand cuffs would probably drive her over the top. At least she would have his name on the arresting officer paper work though.
well, how sad. No reason to put yourself down like that, k! There is someone for everyone out there!
I agree. They should have given her a warning and arrested her if it ever happened again. It's like she is being arrested for stupidity.
She got what she wanted. Him placing her in cuff's. Except the next stop wasn't the bedroom, it's the courtroom. :<
A dated a blind woman once so I guess you are right ha ha! Really, I am not kidding. Well she wasn`t totally blind, she could see but only if she wore these long telescope glasses.
That's a man, man!
"That's a man, man!"
There's yer trouble, a combination man-jaw and rectangle head. No wonder s/he can't get a date.
From Ace Ventura, Pet Detective: I'll call you, your number is still 911?
You guys are harsh! Mug shots aren't known for being overly flattering. I don't think she's bad looking at all, and arresting her for something this silly is just plain mean. Fer cryin' out loud, nobody has any sense of humor anymore about ANYTHING.
Dangit woman....no more drunk dialing!
LOL! That is hysterical. :)
Interesting. And in austin, TX a Dem operative restaurant owner calls 911 because one of President Bush's daughters is having a beer 0 and he gets off the hook? Hmmm, justice is a lot fairer if you're a leftist in a loser leftist community.
"You guys are harsh! Mug shots aren't known for being overly flattering."
My tag line used to be "Specializing in unnecessarily harsh comments".
The cop is a humorless hump.
Hehe...I can see where that tactic MIGHT work for a FEMALE cop...
GOOD LOOKING FEMALE COP SCENARIO:
"Huh? Go out with you, have dinner and possibly sex with you, or...get a ticket for speeding? Do you still keep your uniform on and use the cuffs...?"
HOMELY FEMALE COP SCENARIO:
"Huh? Go out with you, have dinner and possibly sex with you, or...get a ticket for speeding? Ummm...I'm flattered, but...no thanks. I'll take the ticket."
I'd hit it.
You must not be female. There are cop groupies and firefighter (sigh) groupies. Must be the man in uniform thing...
HOMELY FEMALE COP SCENARIO 2:
"Huh? Go out with you, have dinner and possibly sex with you, or...get a ticket for speeding? Ummm...how much will the ticket be?"
HOMELY FEMALE COP SCENARIO 3:
"Huh? Go out with you, have dinner and possibly sex with you, or...get a ticket for speeding? Well, heck now, darlin...that ain't much of a choice now, is it? Your place or mine?" (Male driver adjusts hair in pickup truck rearview mirror...)
GOOD LOOKING FEMALE COP SCENARIO 2:
"Huh? Go out with you, have dinner and possibly sex with you, or...get a ticket for speeding? This is a trick, right? This is one of those hidden camera shows...right?"
GOOD LOOKING FEMALE COP SCENARIO 3:
"Huh? Go out with you, have dinner and possibly sex with you, or...get a ticket for speeding? Did my wife put you up to this?"
GOOD LOOKING FEMALE COP SCENARIO 4:
"Huh? Go out with you, have dinner and possibly sex with you, or...get a ticket for speeding? Me?"
"Friends" Ep. 5.16: "The One With the Cop"
Phoebe: I'm in Vice. Yeah, in fact, I'm undercover right now. I'm a whore.
Cop: Who... who else is in vice up there?
Phoebe: Um, do you know, um Sipowicz?
Cop: Sipowicz? No, I don't think so.
Phoebe: Yeah, Sipowicz. Yeah, um, big guy, kind of bald.
Cop: No, I don't know him.
Phoebe: Don't try to call him or anything, 'cause he's not there. He's out. His, um... his partner just died.
Cop: Wow. Well, tell Sipowicz I'm real sorry for his loss.
Phoebe: I sure will. Take care.
Cop: Hey! By the way, I'm sure Sipowicz is gonna be all right. I heard that kid from Silver Spoons is really good.
Cop (knocks on door): I'm looking for Phoebe Buffay!
Phoebe: Oh, God, it's him! It's that cop! God, I can't believe it! He found me!
Rachel: Oh my God, Phoebe, are you gonna go to jail?
Phoebe: Well, if I'm going down, I'm taking you with me. Harboring a fugitive? That's one to three years minimum. Good luck, Chandler.
Oh, he was gooooorgeous!
She didn't drink a beer. She never got that far. She tried to use a fake license to buy a beer.
My experienced partner would recognize the address when we were dispatched to her house and when we got there we would take our flashlights and search around her property.
We never found a prowler, but when we went inside her house to talk to her there was always a fresh-baked pie (still warm) and a pot of coffee.
I kinda' think she just wanted someone to talk to and maybe do a little "Granny nurturing".
Your story made me think of a passage I read in the book "Cops". It was a book that has interviews with cops where they just told stories, they way you might hear them do if they were at a party having a drink with other cops. A great book, and a very easy read, because each story was only a page or two at the most, sometimes just one paragraph.
In the book, a cop relates a story about a little old lady who said the man next door was parading back and forth in front of the windows of his house with nothing on.
The cops showed up, and she brought them into her kitchen and said "See?" The cops looked at each other and said they didn't see anything. She pulled over a chair, stood on the chair and looked out the row of windows up near the ceiling of the kitchen, looked out and said "Look! He's doing it now!"
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