Prescription Medication Addict Kathryn Baker Caught Red Handed Making False Allegations Of Rape Against 2 Innocent Men, She Blamed Her Lies On ‘Sometimes Believing Her Dreams Are Real’
Prescription medication addict Kathryn Baker pleaded guilty to filing a false report to police involving a fake rape / armed home invasion.
Kathryn V. Baker, of the 100 block of Pletcher Street, entered the plea before Municipal Judge Louis Colley to falsely reporting an incident. The charge is a misdemeanour. She was given a 90-day suspended jail sentence and a $1,000 fine. She was also ordered to serve a one-year term of unsupervised probation. The total she will have to pay in fine and court costs is $1,427, court records show.
“This is an extremely serious case,” Colley told her Wednesday before accepting the guilty plea. “It expends resources of the police department in investigating something that never happened. And people with legitimate cases had action on their cases delayed as officers investigated this situation.”
Her attorney, Trey Norman, told the court on her behalf;.
“Her perception of the events is she was under prescription medications that have a propensity to make you believe your dreams are real,” Norman said. “She believes now that it didn’t happen. But at the time she believed this just as much as we are standing here. It was a bizarre thing.”
Colley had strong words for Baker.
“That’s neither here nor there,” he said. “Never do it again.”
Liar Baker reported that two armed men entered the home and raped her, court records show. Pletcher Street is in the Hunting Ridge subdivision located in downtown Prattville, one of the city’s more exclusive neighbourhoods.
Investigators quickly began to question the incident after they arrived at the home. None of the other occupants of the home reported hearing any commotion and the family pet, which was inside at the time, did not sound an alarm, records show.
Police Chief Mark Thompson stated;
“That’s why we did not publicise the case, because we had doubts and concerns from almost the very beginning. The evidence did just not support the story we were being given. We didn’t want to cause citizens any undue alarm. Filing a false report does cost us money, it expends resources that could be used in investigating actual crimes. We’re not going to tolerate filing false reports. If you do it, we’re going to arrest you, and we are going to make you pay.”