OLD TOWN (AP) — A 66-year-old Maine woman is facing charges she called 911 10 times in just over an hour when she did not have an emergency to report.

Old Town Police say Shirely Isacson made calls the 911 on Friday and made other calls to police agencies on Sunday.

On Friday, the calls started at around 4:15 p.m. After being warned several times to stop calling for help if she did not need it, Isacson was given a ticket.

On Sunday, Belfast police and the state police barracks in Orono told Old Town police they had received calls from Isacson’s number.

Old Town Police Sgt. Scott Casey tells the Bangor Daily News that when police arrived on Monday, Isacson called 911 to say police were at the door harassing her.

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