SPARKS, Nev. (AP) -- After she called 911 in November to report that she had been raped, Jennifer W. says, police laughed at her, called her a liar and warned her she would have to pay for the lab tests if the results came back negative.

Finally, last week, the man she accused pleaded guilty to raping her. And he also admitted raping a teenage girl more recently.Now Jennifer, a 24-year-old junior at the University of Nevada at Reno, is suing the Sparks Police Department, its chief and three other members of the force for more than $200,000.

Her federal lawsuit, filed March 17, alleges that her civil rights were violated and that police were negligent.

"There wouldn't be a second victim if the Sparks police did their jobs instead of calling me 'a d---- liar,' " she says.

Timothy Mobly pleaded guilty to attacking Jennifer, who asked that her last name not be used. Mobly and his roommate, Aaron Cross, also pleaded guilty to charges they lured a 17-year-old girl to their apartment on Jan. 2 and raped her before she escaped the next morning.