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LAPD SWAT Rolls To Miley Cyrus' Home In 'Swatting' Prank

August 02, 2012  | 

The Los Angeles Police Department's SWAT team responded to the home of Miley Cyrus after receiving a report of a possible home invasion in a false alarm believed to be a "swatting" prank.

The LAPD received a 911 call at 6:50 p.m. Wednesday reporting a possible home invasion and possible shots fired, reports TMZ.

The LAPD dispatched a helicopter and SWAT team, who set up a perimeter around the home with guns drawn.


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hank hill @ 8/6/2012 8:09 PM

hope that they catch the prankster and jail him for at least 10years!

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