A Hood County woman who was arrested after calling 911 to ask for cigarettes now admits it was a frivolous request and says she regrets it.
Linda White, 48, of Granbury, called 911 at about 1 a.m. on Feb. 11 and asked deputies to make a delivery.
"I need some cigarettes," she said in a recording of the call.
On Tuesday, she apologized and tried to explain.
"We were just kicking it in the back yard -- a few beers too many," she said. "Next thing you know, we're out of cigarettes. Well, I didn't want to drive to town. ... I was drunk, you know, but in my back yard."
"Who's the safest person to call?" she asked. "Your police department, I thought."
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