Oklahoma City woman arrested after allegedly calling 911 to threaten officers

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OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City woman was arrested at a metro motel after reportedly making threats to police.

On Dec. 4, officers were called to the Econo Lodge, located in the 1700 block of E. Reno Ave. in Oklahoma City, after a woman called 911 about 10 times to threaten officers.

According to the arrest affidavit, 56-year-old Brenda Reed allegedly “threatened to take out the police and that her posse was going to take us all out.”

However, investigators said she never reported an actual emergency.

When officers arrived at the motel, authorities say Reed had placed a table against the door and had locked the deadbolt.

The motel manager also told officials that Reed was trespassing because she didn’t check out of the room.

While officers were trying to get into the room, authorities say Reed had a tool with a saw-edged blade in her hand and allegedly “made several swiping motions” toward the officer.

Reed was eventually arrested on complaints of assault with a dangerous weapon on a police officer and making false complaints to 911.

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