Woman’s E-Mails Hit The Wrong Note

Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill said the woman sent numerous e-mails including songs, selfies and talk of love.

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. — The messages included songs from some of the greats - Bobby Womack, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, Barry White the O'Jays and even the Isley Brothers.

But the notes of love sent constantly to the Clayton County sheriff apparently fell flat. His office arrested Tonekia Brown for harassing communications after she allegedly continued her melodic barrage even after allegedly being asked to stop.

Sheriff Victor Hill's Office said that Tina Turner was the only artist she didn't send to his official county e-mail. But his response in a media release on Friday may have put an end to the advances: "What's love got to do with it."

Hill's office claims she is the second woman to be arrested for sending "love" notes to him.