Swatting Prank Goes Horribly Wrong When Police Find Twitch Celebritys Pot Stash

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Swatting Prank Goes Horribly Wrong When Police Find Twitch Celebritys Pot Stash
by Joseph Bernstein
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Source: buzzfeed.com

Whiteboy7thst real name Alexander Wach's is a popular, Illinois-based YouTube and Twitch vlogger who broadcasts himself playing computer games to legions of fans online. Yesterday, while playing the zombie survival game Day Z, Wach's fell victim to a Swatting prank: An anonymous miscreant placed a false tip, most likely a bomb threat, and gave local police Wach's address.

Swatting has a long and annoying history, and a popular Twitch user being swatted isn't, unfortunately, anything out of the ordinary. What happened when police arrived at Wach's house is.

The video above shows Wach's playing Day Z until he has to suddenly log out and rush away from his computer. Next we see a police officer and a police dog seemingly searching Wachs residence. And that's itWhiteboy7thst never returned to his stream. So what happened?
Later yesterday, a tipster sent the news site Veridite an inmate summary from the Will County, IL police department:

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Whiteboy7thst real name Alexander Wach's is a popular, Illinois-based YouTube and Twitch vlogger who broadcasts himself playing computer games to legions of fans online. Yesterday, while playing the zombie survival game Day Z, Wach's fell victim to a Swatting prank: An anonymous miscreant placed a false tip, most likely a bomb threat, and gave local police Wach's address.

Swatting has a long and annoying history, and a popular Twitch user being swatted isn't, unfortunately, anything out of the ordinary. What happened when police arrived at Wach's house is.

The video above shows Wach's playing Day Z until he has to suddenly log out and rush away from his computer. Next we see a police officer and a police dog seemingly searching Wachs residence. And that's itWhiteboy7thst never returned to his stream. So what happened?
Later yesterday, a tipster sent the news site Veridite an inmate summary from the Will County, IL police department:


According to the summary, Wach's was charged with felony cannabis possession between 30 and 500 grams. It seems that in the process of searching Wachs' residence for a bomb, Will County police found his stash of pot. Per Veridite, he has hearing set for 1:30 pm today.

So add Wachs' woes to the already extensive list of reasons why its a bad idea to send police to someones house under false pretences you may get them in real, not funny, trouble.
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According to the summary, Wach's was charged with felony cannabis possession between 30 and 500 grams. It seems that in the process of searching Wachs' residence for a bomb, Will County police found his stash of pot. Per Veridite, he has hearing set for 1:30 pm today.

So add Wachs' woes to the already extensive list of reasons why its a bad idea to send police to someones house under false pretences you may get them in real, not funny, trouble.

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