Federal authorities say they’ve arrested a man for making a hoax bomb threat to “blow up” the Statue of Liberty in April, resulting in an evacuation of Liberty Island. He was held in Texas.
Have you heard the story about the 85-year-old woman in Waco who was arrested for stealing her neighbor’s cats and making fur coats out of them? It is, in fact, a hoax.
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick says he is encouraging linebacker Manti Te’o to speak publicly about being the victim of a hoax involving a dead girlfriend who never existed.
Not long before Notre Dame played Michigan State last fall, word spread that Fighting Irish linebacker Manti Te’o had lost his grandmother and girlfriend within hours of each other. Te’o’s grandmother did indeed die. His girlfriend, Lennay Kekua, never existed.
Every year hundreds of people are arrested at DFW International Airport because of outstanding warrants.
The saga of Christopher Shell continued to get stranger. 24-hours ago he was the apparent victim of a love triangle and airplane bomb hoax. On Friday he was bounded out of jail for two earlier drug possession charges where he allegedly missed his court appearances.
A Pennsylvania man now faces federal charges for calling in a fake threat that led to a Dallas bound plane being turned around midair.
The man at the center of a hoax that forced a DFW-bound plane to return to Philadelphia Thursday was arrested when he finally landed hours later.
This was Washington Post columnist Mike Wise tweet yesterday. After several media outlets passed on this breaking news, Wise admitted the story was false and only did this to prove that media does not check […]