Evergreen Park woman charged with threatening police on Facebook

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Jenesis Reynolds | Evergreen Park police

A southwest suburban woman has been charged with threatening police officers on Facebook.

Jenesis Reynolds, 24, was arrested Friday and charged with one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct, according to Evergreen Park police.

Reynolds said on Facebook that she will begin shooting instantly if she is ever requested to exit her vehicle when pulled over for a traffic stop, according to police.

Reynolds, of the 9500 block of South Richmond Avenue in Evergreen Park, was released on her own recognizance, police said.

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