Kyle Mauck realized Monday that an active shooter alert at Idaho State University had been referring to him and his pool cue bag. He called the Pocatello Police Department and told them he was possibly the cause of the alert, which later was termed a “glitch.”
Kyle Mauck realized Monday that an active shooter alert at Idaho State University had been referring to him and his pool cue bag. He called the Pocatello Police Department and told them he was possibly the cause of the alert, which later was termed a “glitch.” Doug Lindley Idaho State Journal
Kyle Mauck realized Monday that an active shooter alert at Idaho State University had been referring to him and his pool cue bag. He called the Pocatello Police Department and told them he was possibly the cause of the alert, which later was termed a “glitch.” Doug Lindley Idaho State Journal

Pocatello man's pool cue bag led to false active shooter alert at ISU

March 01, 2017 8:48 AM

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