A man has been sentenced to probation for making false alarms during repeated calls to Leavenworth County dispatchers, a prosecution official said.

A man has been sentenced to probation for making false alarms during repeated calls to Leavenworth County dispatchers, a prosecution official said.

Justin Allen Roehrich, 38, Lawrence, was sentenced Friday to two years of probation for three counts of making false alarms, according to County Attorney Todd Thompson.

Roehrich reportedly made 122 calls to 911 dispatchers of the Leavenworth County Sheriff's Office. The calls were made over multiple weekends in April and May 2018.

Roehrich reportedly identified himself to dispatchers as "Jesse." He would speak only to female dispatchers and talk about pantyhose and women's feet, according to Thompson.

During three of the calls, Roehrich reportedly threatened to commit unlawful sexual acts with girls after dispatchers told him they would end the calls if he did not need assistance.

An investigation revealed that no children were ever at risk, according to Thompson.

"Dispatchers have a tough job," Thompson said in a news release. "We’re fortunate to have a simple and reliable way to request assistance when we need it. This should not be abused."