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Schuylkill County Woman Says CIA is Cutting Through Her Roof with a Chainsaw

Police found no evidence the CIA was trying to cut through her roof.

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A Schuylkill County woman is facing a harassment charge after repeatedly calling police and emergency dispatchers to report a suspected false claim.

According to State Police in Frackville, their barracks and 9-1-1 dispatchers in Pottsville got 27 calls from the same New Philadelphia woman over the course of 5 hours on April 14-15.

They’ve identified the New Philly woman as Maureen Sullivan, 58.

Those repeated calls to the PSP-Frackville barracks, 22 times, and 9-1-1, 5 times, were to report that the CIA was at her home on Klim Ave. and trying to chainsaw through her room.

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Police showed up at Sullivan’s residence and found no such chainsaw-toting members of the CIA.

Through an investigation, police say Sullivan was on something, a something they didn’t identify, and told her to stop calling 9-1-1.

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