More than two years after she first faked a serious emergency to Waukesha dispatchers, 33-year-old Aisha R. Jackson was sentenced to two years of probation for making multiple 911 calls to avoid getting traffic tickets.
Jackson was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court in January with seven counts of placing a false emergency call. She pleaded guilty to two counts in the complaint, allowing five misdemeanors and other unrelated charges to be dismissed.
If Jackson does not follow the terms of her probation, she will be sentenced to the maximum 180 days in jail for the two misdemeanor convictions.
Terms of her probation include:
- Maintaining school or employment
- No contact with any Roundy's owned stores
- No contact with a co-defendent in a felony case
- Pay $668.90 in fees
According to the criminal complaint:
On Jan. 21, 2011, Jackson was pulled over by Waukesha police officers when they got a call about three masked men entering a gas station. The officers left the traffic stop and went to the gas station, but didn’t find anyone there.
In 2011, Jackson was pulled over on May 20, 21, Aug. 22, Sept. 16, Oct. 26 and Dec. 15, and on each occasion Waukesha police dispatchers would get a call from a woman reporting a major crime in progress, but when officers would arrive, no one would be at the location.
Investigators traced the number back to Jackson, who had placed the calls when she was pulled over by police in order to avoid getting a citation.