BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WECT) – A so-called "sovereign citizen" from Myrtle Beach told 911 dispatchers in Brunswick County Monday night she would pull over for deputies if she were paid $300,000.
Jeniffer Herring called 911 to report the deputies who were following her on Highway 130 near Oxpen Road with their lights and sirens on.
Herring refused to pull over, claiming she did nothing wrong. She also told the 911 operator on the line that a "false sense of emergency" is a $300,000 fine.
"Are you ready to pay the $300,000? That's all I want to know. If you want to pay the $300,000 then I'll pull over. That's my offer - $300,000. That's my offer, I'm asking you to accept it," Herring tried to negotiate with the 911 operator.
The sheriff's office said Herring's actions mirror of a "sovereign citizen."