22-year-old man made a false warning of a mass shooting at the fair in Pomona, Los Angeles, to avoid a trip with his parents.
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Eric Villasenor sent an email to the Association of County fairs in Los Angeles with a warning that someone is planning to hold a mass shooting Sunday at a fairground site.
“It would cause chaos and excitement and is sure to be covered in the mass media”, — told reporters the chief of police Pomona Michael Olivieri. — Then he could use this as a strong argument for their parents not to go to the fair”.
In conversation with the authorities Villasenor allegedly admitted that his email was about.
According to reports, Villasenor, who lives with his parents, at the moment is held in the Pomona city jail on bail of $ 20,000.
County fair Los Angeles is a monthly festival in Pomona, which annually attracts thousands of visitors. According to the Los Angeles Times, the organizers recently spent $ 200,000 to enhance safety on fair platform after the recent mass shooting in July at a festival garlic Gilroy, where a gunman killed three people and wounded several others.
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