NAPERVILLE, Ill. - Police say a Chicago woman made a 911 call to complain she was being held against her will after she was jailed in Naperville.
Carly A. Houston, 29, was arrested and booked at about 2 a.m. Sunday at the Naperville Police station after she refused to pay a $6.60 cab fare, Naperville Police Sgt. Gregg Bell said.
Police say they were called to a gas station after Houston reportedly became irate while inside the cab.
When police arrived, officers tried to intervene and get Houston to pay her bill, but when she refused, they arrested her for disorderly conduct.
She was then taken to the police station where she was allowed to use the phone to contact someone who could post her bail.
At 3:10 a.m., Houston called 911 to report she was being held against her will at the police station.
The 911 operator who received the call notified officers at the station.
Houston was charged with making a false 911 report and theft of services and criminal tresspass for not paying the cabbie, police said.
She was released on bail and her next court date is April 20.
You can listen to the 911 call by clicking here.