Police: Glenpool Woman High On Drugs Arrested For Calling 911
GLENPOOL, Oklahoma - Police arrested a Glenpool woman Wednesday evening on a drug complaint after they said she called 911 claiming to be the victim of an assault.
According to a police report, 37-year-old Christina Magee told the operator her parents were armed with a bat and knife and she was hiding in the bathroom.
Officers arrived at the home on South Glen Street and met with the parents, who police said were not armed.
The report said when questioned, Christina Magee appeared be "very hysterical and showed signs of someone after getting high" and that "her speech was rapid and sporadic."
Police said a search of her bedroom turned up a glass pipe with burnt marijuana residue. In her purse, police found a plastic bag containing about nine grams of marijuana and a digital scale.
She also told police her leg had been injured in an assault, but police said a paramedic checked her leg and found no injuries.
Christina Magee was booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and filing a false crime report to 911.
Jail records show she has a court appearance set for September 13.