An Elmwood Place woman faces charges of inducing panic, after police say she's falsely called 911 on multiple occasions.
Court records show that Tonya Brown, 39 , allegedly faked life threatening conditions in order to get a free ride to the hospital to receive a place to stay and food.
The complaints began in November of last year.
One of the incidents shut down an entire street, according to court records.
According to arrest reports, officers claim Brown risked the lives of others by falsely calling 911.
She's due back in court in February.
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