Warrant issued after woman who falsely claimed she'd been kidnapped in Lincoln fails to attend court

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An arrest warrant has been issued after a woman who called police falsely claiming to have been kidnapped failed to attend Lincoln Magistrates' Court for sentencing. Shaelynn Stewart, 26, was arrested after cops found her in McDonald's in High Street, Lincoln following searches at various addresses she gave during a series of 999 calls.

She made her initial call just after 2am and but was not located until 5am when a tip-off led police to the fast-food restaurant. Stewart, of College Road, Doncaster, first appeared at the court on May 11 when she admitted sending a message she knew to be false by calling 999 and reporting that she had been kidnapped and was being held against her will on April 26.

She was charged under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 which makes it an offence to, for the purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience or

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