|Published:||Jul 01, 2011 3:50 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Jul 01, 2011 3:16 AM EDT|
NAPLES, Fla. - Investigators have released the 911 call that sent deputies and SWAT members to a home on false reports of a home invasion and stabbing.
The caller, reportedly, used a 911 line designated for the disabled to report the false crime.
An interpreter has to relay written messages between the hacker and dispatcher.
"They have guns, he's been stabbed, please send help," words sent by the hacker to 911.
Later, during the 26 minute conversation, the hacker tells the dispatch that the suspects are in the basement of the 2002 Morning Sun Lane home in Naples, Florida.
"Are they still in the house?" said the dispatcher. "Yes, basement," replied the hacker. The dispatcher then stated, "They're in the basement? Ok, homes in florida don't have basements."
The family said it all started when their 15 year old son was playing video games with someone on the Internet allegedly from Canada. That Internet partner played more than just a game and called in a hostage situation to 911 that ended with SWAT members and deputies surrounding the home, only to find out later it was all just a hoax.
Deputies continue to investigate the case, so far no arrests have been made.
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