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Three Swatting episodes credited to high school Minecraft player


13-year-old kid planned to show up in adolescent court one month from now.


Three separate examples of swatting are being ascribed to a 13-year-old kid who plays Minecraft, as indicated by neighborhood police.


The name of the kid, who is from Southern California, is not being discharged because of his age. As per Ars Technica, he is currently back in his guardians' care and is set to show up in adolescent court in April, where he's said to likely be put on post trial supervision.


Investigator Gene Martinez of the Ventura County Sheriff's Department, who talked with Ars, said that the kid has confessed to being capable, and that "he felt he was wronged." In one of these cases, he debilitated to explode a house with prisoners inside.


"The Camarillo occurrence there were 20 or more officers there. I was at that call. We essentially encompassed the house. The guest reported there were 10 prisoners in the house and requested $30,000 in real money or he would explode the house," Martinez said. "At whatever point there is a prisoner circumstance, we enact particular units to react."


Swatting is the hazardous pattern as of late of making a trick call to police that outcomes in SWAT groups being dispatched to a casualty's home.


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