An incident report provided new insight about a teenager accused of threatening to bomb a high school.
According to the report, the 17-year-old admitted to detectives that he sent the threatening message to Dublin Jerome High School on November 2.
Police said that the teenager used his family’s internet to set up a fake email address before sending the threat from his cell phone.
"I don't mess up. It is ready to charge and there is nothing you guys can do about that," the message read, in part.
Within hours of the threat, police were at the teen's home. Dublin Police said he told them that his family had recently been the target of a computer takeover.
The teenager told police that he contacted his wireless provider that day to change his number because of calls from a cyberstalker.
The boy was charged with a felony count of inducing panic.
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