Elizabeth Buckley, 43, of Prince Lane, Westbury, is under arrest,...

Elizabeth Buckley, 43, of Prince Lane, Westbury, is under arrest, charged with falsely reporting an incident and reckless endangerment, police said. (Aug. 5, 2011) Credit: NCPD

Police said a woman made fake calls to police about a homicide at a bar in Westbury, but they turned out not to be true.

Nor did previous 911 calls about an assault, kidnapping or sexual assault, Nassau County police said.

Elizabeth Buckley, 43, of Prince Lane, Westbury, is under arrest, charged with four counts of third-degree falsely reporting an incident and four counts of second-degree reckless endangerment. She was arrested at her home Friday, police said.

Police said that between June 8 and July 25, Buckley reported the incidents from her cellphone and said she had identified herself before the last call, when she reported a homicide in progress at Nawton's Bar and Grill on Carman Avenue.

Police said the bar owner responded to the scene with a key and "assisted police in determining this to be a falsely reported incident."

Buckley is scheduled for arraignment Friday in First District Court in Hempstead.

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