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Woman Pulled Building’s Fire Alarm Because Her Phone Died


Woman Pulled Building’s Fire Alarm Because Her Phone Died

A woman pulled a Florida building’s fire alarm to get someone’s attention because her cell phone battery died.

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According to sources, Dequaisia Taylor, 20, was in Martin County earlier this month when she knocked on a door and asked for the police to be called sometime after midnight, because of her phone situation.

The Police were called after a report of a suspicious person circling the neighborhood.

A responding officer initially didn’t find anyone at the scene on Northeast Edgewater Drive, but then heard a fire alarm sounding at a nearby building.

“While pulling up to the building I observed a female on the fourth floor attempting to flag me down,” an affidavit states, according to the news outlet.

Taylor told the cops that her friends had dropped her off, her phone was dead and she needed to go home.

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According to the report, the 20-year-old said her home was in Broward County but couldn’t give the address.

After the policed realized that there was no real crime, Taylor was arrested on a charge of false fire alarm and booked at Martin County Jail.

Take a look below at mugshots of people arrested under false fire alarm.

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