NORWALK, Conn. A Norwalk woman was arrested Sunday after being uncooperative with the police officers she had summoned to her residence via a 911 call, Norwalk police said.
Kimberly Colimb, 45, of 186 Gregory Blvd., called 911 at 10 p.m. Sunday because she wanted her boyfriend to leave, Sgt. Dave O'Connor said. Cruisers were on the way when she called back to say he had left and she didn't need police. But police needed to check on her welfare because that is policy.
Three police cruisers arrived at Colimb's home. As officers knocked on the door, they could hear dogs barking and a woman telling them to shut up, O'Connor said. They knocked more and she said, "Too bad, I'm in bed." She eventually went outside but then went back in and locked the door. They heard her going up the stairs and she said, "I'm done with you."
Colimb called 911 again to say she didn't need police, O'Connor said. The dispatcher told her to go back to the door, where she was arrested and charged with interfering with an officer and misuse of the emergency 911 system. Bond was set at $5,000.
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