A judge in New Jersey has sentenced a 16-year-old to 13 months of intensive supervision for pulling off a series of pranks last year.
The teen admitted dialing 911 in October and telling authorities he was inside a closet at a restaurant in Gloucester County because a gunman was going from room to room shooting customers.
Officers from a half dozen police departments arrived at the restaurant and found just people eating.
The teen also admitted using Facebook to threaten students and teachers at Clearview High School, where he’s a student.
The boy won’t go to jail but will be in court supervision until his 18th birthday.
Story pulled from ABC Philadelphia’s local newsfeed.