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Jerome Sheriff Investigates 911 “Hoax” Call

The Jerome Sheriff’s Office is looking for more information after a 911 call that reported two murders and hostages. It happened Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. A male had called 911 and told dispatchers that he had killed two people, was holding two other people hostage and wanted money and a vehicle.Officer were dispatched to a residence on Silver Beach Drive in southern Jerome County. Officers investigated and found there were no bodies or hostages. They determined that the call was likely a hoax. Now, the Jerome County Sheriff’s Office is asking for any information on this situation that could help in their investigation. If you can help, you are asked to call the Jerome County Sheriff’s Office.

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