An Akron woman was arrested this week on charges she made harassing phone calls to a library last month.
Lisa Jenkins, 21, called the Kenmore branch library 46 times between Nov. 8 and Nov. 12, according to Akron police. She has a prior conviction for phone harassment in September against the same branch.
According to a police report, Jenkins would call the library repeatedly but not speak when the line was answered.
Police say they also arrested Lynda Plum, 46, on obstructing justice charges. Officers contend Plum blocked officers trying to arrest Jenkins when they visited the Carey Avenue home where she and Jenkins live.
Both women were being held in the Summit County Jail.