Let’s hope no mobile phones are allowed in prison. A Dunedin, Fla., woman was tossed in the slammer for a year after she made hundreds—as in 100s—of threatening telephone calls over a three-week period to St. Pete/Tampa Bay classic hits WXGL (The Eagle) DJs Nick Van Cleeve and John Moore.
It is alleged that Patricia Immendorf, 50, was off her
rocker—and her meds—when she called the station and left messages
saying she would kill the DJs and do unimaginable things to their
children, according to a police report. All calls were recorded by the
The threats are serious business, resulting in two felony counts of
aggravated stalking against the jocks. Immendorf was also sentenced to
nine years of probation, in which she is ordered to “continue her mental
health treatment, including taking prescribed medicine.” In addition,
no booze, no firearms and no communications with anyone from Cox Media
Group, nor residing within 90 miles of any Cox radio station.
In a jailhouse interview, The Tampa Bay Times reports
that Immendorf, who pleaded no contest to the charges, was just doing
what the DJs wanted her to, after they encouraged listeners to call in.
Meanwhile, the woman has another conundrum on her court docket, after a
neighbor filed a misdemeanor stalking case against her. Neighbors, the
city and police say Immendorf has fired guns in her neighborhood, aimed
stereo speakers and floodlights at neighbors' houses and yelled threats
and obscenities. Apparently that
won't be an issue now... at least for a year. *