Gas company worker calls for help

October 25, 2012
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A 36-year old Seneca woman was arrested, the result of a complaint by a gas company worker who was attempting to repair a line next door to the woman’s home. As many as three officers wound up at 108 Ware Street yesterday morning as they tried to figure out why Wilette Denise Harrison allegedly cut up the driver’s license belonging to the unidentified Fort Hill Natural Gas worker. At one point, the police quoted Harrison as saying both the gas company worker and the police officers were fake. The police claim Harrison threw a Halloween decoration at one officer and threatened to hit them with an empty wine bottle. She was charged with public disorderly conduct and failure to accompany.

 

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