A Big Bend woman has been charged with the reporting of a false emergency incident, regarding damage to a vehicle.

Police responded to a residence on State Rt. 5 where Sarah Esther Bracewell, 36, reported a Signal 6 (car accident) to Calhoun 911, after which an ambulance and the Grantsville VFD went to the scene.

When Trooper J. E. Kincaid arrived, according to the criminal complaint, he became suspicious after examining a heavily damaged vehicle in a front yard.

Bracewell claimed that another vehicle had struck her vehicle, but police could not find any tire marks in the yard or evidence of a crash with another vehicle.

Bracewell, according to the complaint, "became irate" during questioning about the incident.

She told the officer he "was too slick for her," after being asked if she had moved the vehicle.

Bracewell was asked by Trooper Kincaid if she was lying, and where this accident occurred.

The complaint says she stated that Kincaid "was too slick and that she had hit a deer a few days ago."

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