Police say woman called 911 for help ordering dinner
HOOKSETT — A local woman who allegedly called emergency responders earlier this month because she wanted help placing her dinner order was arrested Thursday on a charge of misusing 911.
Police said Elizabeth Niemi, 57, of 1 Ruth Ave., called 911 saying she needed medical help.
However, "upon the Fire Department's arrival it was found that she wanted help ordering Chinese food," a police press release said.
She is scheduled to appear April 17 in Hooksett Circuit Court.
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