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Woman calls 911: son eating her food, using her toilet paper

Leslie Tomblinson/Source: Hopkins Co. Jail) Leslie Tomblinson/Source: Hopkins Co. Jail)
MADISONVILLE, KY (WFIE) -

A Hopkins County woman calls 911 to ask police to get her son out of her house.

The reason?  According to the arrest report, she said he was eating her food and using her toilet paper.

Police say Leslie Tomblinson was extremely intoxicated when they arrived at her apartment on Island Ford Road in Madisonville.

The arrest report says she was given numerous warnings to stop using obscenities and to stay in her apartment.

When officers were leaving the scene, they say Tomblinson came out to their cruiser and wouldn't listen to their warnings.

The arrest report says at one point she, "stuck her wrist out and stated 'just take me to jail'".

Her request was honored.

The 42-year-old Tomblinson is charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place (first and second offense) and disorderly conduct.

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