Ohio woman accused of abusing 911 pleads not guilty by reason of insanity

Ohio woman accused of abusing 911 pleads not guilty by reason of insanity

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Ohio — An Ohio woman jailed, accused of making dozens of 911 calls, is now pleading not guilty by reason of insanity.

Rachel Carin Weimer, 37, of Washington Township, is due Friday in Kettering Municipal Court following her psychological evaluation, online court records show.

She has been in the Montgomery County Jail – where she is held on a $150,000 bond – since her Jan. 6 arrest. She is facing seven counts of abuse of 911 and other misdemeanor charges, including false alarm, phone threats/harassment, aggravated menacing and resisting arrest.

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Weimer called emergency dispatchers 79 times between early November and her arrest, Montgomery County Sheriff Rob Streck told WHIO-TV. The majority came at the end of 2019 and early 2020.

Weimer’s fiancé Nick Bond said in January that the calls started with their complaint to deputies about a neighbor. Then it turned into complaints about the deputies themselves.

“I think it’s a little ridiculous that they arrested her for this,” Bond said at the time.

He offered this reason for his fiancée calling 911 so many times: “To try and get their attention really. To try and annoy them so much that they finally do their job.”

Rachel Carin Weimer, 37, of Washington Township, is due Friday in Kettering Municipal Court following her psychological evaluation, online court records show.
Rachel Carin Weimer, 37, of Washington Township, is due Friday in Kettering Municipal Court following her psychological evaluation, online court records show. (Montgomery County Jail)