Young Woman Makes Fake 911 Call, Now 5 People Are Dead


What one woman probably thought was only a white lie to police, led to the death of five people. Sadly, the woman who dialed 911 is only charged with filing a false police report.

According to WNCN-TV, the incident happened in Greensboro, North Carolina in November of 2017.

Erica Robinson filed a police report in September 2017 to list a silver 2003 Acura as stolen.

In November, police spotted the car and tried to pull the driver over.

However, the driver of the Acura sped up and a police pursuit ensued.

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The driver of the Acura then blew threw a red light and crashed into a Kia Optima. The three people in the Acura and two people in the Optima all died at the scene.

WFMY-TV  identified the victims as Deshon Lee Manuel, Theresa Monique Kingcade, Bruce Wayne Hunt, Stephanie Louise Warshauer and Alyssa Mackenzie Bolick.

According to News & Record, police later realized that the Acura was actually registered in Robinson’s mother’s name.

“I know everybody wants to pin something on somebody here, but we’ve got to stay within the confines of the law,” assistant District Attorney Howard Neumann said.

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“The charge is that she reported it stolen when it was not stolen,” he continued.

So Robinson lied and five people were killed.

However, Robinson has not been charged in the deaths of the 5 people, but was only charged with filing a false police report.

The maximum sentence for that charge is 60 days in jail.

Two months in prison is not nearly enough time to serve considering 5 innocent lives were taken.

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Lies and deceit only lead to destruction, which is a lesson Robinson should remember for the rest of her life.

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