State Police are asking for the public's help in finding a woman they say has been threatening police dispatchers since July. They say several departments have received threatening phone calls from a woman who doesn't identify herself.
Investigators have determined the caller is Beverly Feathers, 52. They say she makes violent statements and threatens bodily harm.
"They've got enough to handle, they've got enough to worry about and so the message needs to go out, this kind of behavior won't be tolerated," said Kentucky State Police Trooper Ronald Turley.
Kentucky State Police have a warrant for Feathers' arrest for Terroristic Threatening and Harassing Communications. They believe she's living out of her vehicle and is possibly in the Rowan, Fayette, or Jefferson County area.
University of Kentucky Police Chief Joe Monroe said Feathers has been calling his dispatchers for two-years.
"It's come to a point, that it's more than a nuisance,' Chief Monroe said. "It's really tieing up a lot of our resources, including true emergency calls."
Feathers is also accused of making some of those calls from William T. Young Library on campus.
"But by the time officers arrived there, she had disappeared," he said.
Chief Monroe said in April, Feathers called a University staff member and threatened to cause bodily harm.
"Enough is enough, we need to figure out where she is, so these phone calls end, and she can get the proper help she needs," said Monroe.
It was a Kentucky State Police detective who cracked the case late last week. Using a cell phone number and other means of tracking a person to lead investigators to Feathers.
If anyone knows the whereabouts of Feathers they're asked to call Kentucky State Police Frankfort Post at 502-227-2221.