Aisha Jackson Gets Probation for Fake 911 Calls

Waukesha woman, 33, will be sentenced to 180 days in jail if she violates the terms of her probation.

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.

Tim Tomann February 01, 2013 at 02:42 PM
Am I the only one questioning why the Judge went so light on this woman her WI CCAP record is huge (47) filings with court actions going back too 1997. How about this question those 7 times she thought it was so cute (COOL) to call 911 report Big Urgent Events like (Armed Robbery in Progress) to get the Waukesha Police Officer who had her pulled over to release her. So they could proceed too her imaginary 911 call to only discover NO SUCH EVENT GOING ON think of all those wasted Man Hours or Overtime Wasted trying to figure out what was going on. Here's a good question was the Waukesha Police Department able to go back after her when they discovered her (CELL PHONE SCAM) issue all the citations (Tickets/Fines) that she was originally pulled over for? This woman needs to be locked up for a long period of time for the good of the community. Hope the Patch or Freeman takes the time to do a little research and reports the real facts/story. Aisha R. Jackson has had many prior run-in with the law and has been prosecuted by this same District Attorney - Jennifer Dorow on other occasions. That’s part of the reason that makes this Plea Bargain so outrageous today. Instead of protecting the Good Citizens of Waukesha and standing up for the Waukesha Police Officers she allowed this woman to just work the system again and we wonder why the city is going to Hell.
Waukesha Girl February 01, 2013 at 08:14 PM
and that District Attorney who was sooo light on her in the past is now a Circuit Court Judge. Doesn't give me much how as to how tough she will be on criminals she is now sentencing. The system is ridiculous!
Waukesha Girl February 01, 2013 at 08:15 PM
but then here we go again, she has mental health issues I'm sure.
clearthinker February 01, 2013 at 08:27 PM
Ms. Jackson is a one woman crime wave so it should not be too long before she violates her probation and ends up where she belongs-in the slammer! In the meantime, I just hope that her next transgression doesn't injure any innocent citizens. Any harm that she does now that she is back on the street rests squarely on the shoulders of Judge Jennifer Dorow!
Tip Jackson May 10, 2013 at 02:46 PM
Fore all those who want to slander that lady you got to understand that one must have to do what anyone has to........... # Only GOD can judge.


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