46-year-old Sabrina Dickerson called 911 to report the Taco Bell in Lebanon was closed. She believed something more sinister may be going on, and that there could be a robbery happening inside, so she called 911. Lebanon Police arrived, claimed she was high on drugs, stating she was “acting as if she was speaking Japanese”, and took her into custody. A Commissioner released her, ROR.
|ARREST WARRANT / AFFIDAVIT:|
|On 08/25/2021 in Lebanon, Wilson County, Tennessee Lebanon Police dispatch received n report from the Wilson County 911 center of a robbery in progress at 1672 West Main St (Taco Bell). Upon responding to the area Officer Chris Corley observed a female standing outside the establishment looking into the windows.|
The female was identified as Ms. Sabrina Dickerson who advised that she had contacted 911 and advised them that she believed that a robbery was in progress because she could not understand why the business was closed even after speaking with an employee at the drive through window. Ms. Dickerson’s behavior was observed to be severely erratic and she was unable to answer direct questions and began acting as if she was speaking Japanese.
Ms. Dickerson was also observed to have dilated pupils and jittery bodily movements consistent with the use of Methamphetamine. For these reasons, Ms. Dickerson is being charged with Public Intoxication (39-17-310) and Misuse of911 (7-86-316). This did occur in Lebanon, Wilson County, Tennessee.
|OFC CORLEY / LPD|
|MISUSE OF 911||ROR|
|RACE / SEX:||W / F|
|INTAKE DATE:||08/25/2021 02:11 HRS|
|RELEASE DATE:||08/25/2021 11:45 HRS|
|ADDRESS:||1000 RHETT PL|
LEBANON, TN 37087