Police Called To Neverland Yesterday!!!!

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Police Called To Neverland Yesterday!!!!

  • on: March 18, 2015, 11:40:05 PM
Well, it never ceases to amaze me. Things can't stay quiet for long can they? Michael's name has to be kept relevant in the media for some reason. Just this week we get Joe Jackson tweeting and now this.  :michael_jackson-1135:

"Report of crime at Neverland Ranch unfounded", authorities say


The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies spent three hours searching the structures and surrounding property of Neverland Ranch on Tuesday after a report that a crime was being committed. According to a sheriff’s spokeswoman, they found nothing..

Neverland Ranch is the former home of pop star Michael Jackson.

"There was no evidence of a crime or anything suspicious in nature," said Kelly Hoover, spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office.

Authorities responded to the Santa Ynez Valley property after someone called the sheriff’s non-emergency line and reported a crime.

Hoover would not comment on what crime was reported or any other specifics of the call.  :screaming-7365:

Owen Blicksilver, spokesman for Colony Capital, the property company that owns Neverland Ranch, said the call was believed to be a hoax but that he was grateful authorities were checking the area to verify.

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-neverland-ranch-20150317-story.html
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Now my questions are:

1. if the call was a hoax, why then are they not commenting on what crime was reported and staying silent on all the other details?  :over-react-smiley: 

2. And why did so many police agencies have to go out there all at once?

3. What if that phone call they got had some truth to it?

4. What if it was MJ who made that call? What if it was a call for help from him the reason so many officers came?

5. What was the crime reported?

6. If it wasn't Mike that made the call, who else could have if it wasn't just a prank?

This just doesn't make any sense. And what a strange choice of words from the spokesperson. I have always heard calls like this called prank calls, but NEVER hoax calls.  ;D



 

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