She apparently wanted a Georgia sheriff to be her first. Her last. Her everything.
But the sheriff didn’t feel the love tonight, according to the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office.
Tonekia Marie Brown, 45, started with a single email Thursday night to Sheriff Victor Hill. And then another. And another.
Brown sent links to R&B love songs, including Bobby Womack, Rick James, Barry White and The Isley Brothers, according to the sheriff’s office. And she wasn’t done.
She also allegedly emailed Hill songs from Kem, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, Cameo and Theodis Ely.
She may have had good taste in music. But she picked the wrong cop to target.
“Tina Turner was the only artist that was not emailed to Sheriff Victor Hill’s official county email as Brown emailed links to numerous R&B love songs throughout the night and today,” the sheriff’s office said.
Other emails included Brown posing for selfie pictures, according to Hill.
Friday afternoon, the love notes stopped when Brown was arrested and charged with harassing communications. The Stone Mountain woman was booked into the jail late Friday. On Monday, Brown was being held on $2,000 bond, records showed.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, Brown is the second woman to be arrested after allegedly sending Hill love notes.
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