A Flanders woman never intended to pay a $40 taxi fee when she was driven from Roxbury to Morristown, police said.
Sandra Kevitz, 29, was charged with theft of services at 10:10 p.m. on July 30 when police say she had told the driver of a vehicle from City Limo & Taxi, of Dover, she would pay the estimated $40 fee for a trip from the Roxbury Hotel to Morristown.
According to the driver, when they arrived at 9 Market St., , Kevitz said, "I don't have any money. I'm not going to pay you," according to Officer Anthony O'Brien's report.
Police were called while Kevitz was removing her belongings from the taxi, multiple large garbage bags of clothing and two cats in a plastic cat carrier. When O'Brien asked Kevitz if she had the money to pay her taxi fare, she responded, "I don't have any money. I'm just going to get the hell out of here," according to the report. O'Brien then asked Kevitz if she had ever intended to pay the fare to which she responded, "No, I don't have any money," police said.
Later at the , Kevitz appeared to be disoriented according to police and was transferred to for treatment. She later collected her belongings at the police station, advised how to collect her cats and transported to her house by a friend, according to the report.
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