Paul Chesney “opened up the door and the guns were in his face. He had to get down,” Carla Chesney said. “And then they talked to me and I had a spoon in my hand and they said, ‘Put the spoon down!'”
Authorities in Oakland County are trying to find out who is behind three emergency calls that all turned out to be cases of “swatting.”
West Bloomfield police respond to an emergency call only to fall victim to a growing trend.
Authorities called off the search for a man who called 911, claiming to be a Russian national, who had been kidnapped and stabbed.
The man apparently told police that he was in a warehouse on the city’s east side, somewhere near the Detroit River.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with a false report of terrorism after telling his mother that people were firing guns at Grand Blanc High School.
A Romeo High School teen could face charges after prompting a campus-wide lockdown by claiming he saw two students with a gun.
Traverse City police say a man falsely reported a robbery and stabbed himself to make his story more convincing – all because he didn’t want his family to know he’d lost $1,000 at a local casino.
Hundreds of people reportedly showed up at Lafayette Tower for the job fair that wasn’t.
At one point there were three fire trucks, 25 fire fighters and several Detroit Police officers and workers with Detroit Water and Sewerage Department dispatched to the hoax.