Woman Calls Bomb Squad To Help Her Boyfriend Delay A Drug Test.

Woman Calls Bomb Squad To Help Her Boyfriend Delay A Drug Test.


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At Winter Haven Police Department, Jason Drake was lined up with his probation officer for a drug test that had been intentionally delayed for over six hours. Jason’s girlfriend made a false call to the 911 bomb squad saying that a man was trying to blow up the jail building. While she was on the phone with 911 they started asking her questions so she quickly hung up the phone. When there was no evidence to be found, the police called her back and she admitted to making this false call. She was easily tracked because she foolishly used her own cell phone for this call. She was charged with “Filing A False Report Concerning the Planting of a Bomb” and her boyfriend violated his probation because he did not provide any pee samples.


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If she really loved him, she would not have lied to the police and gotten not just him but both of them in even more trouble than needed. Was there an easier way around this? Yes! If she would have let him take the test, then maybe he would have gotten an extension. Maybe he would not be in jail now. She took a huge risk by doing this with nothing to gain and much to lose. She was willing to risk her own record. Maybe she wasn’t in her right mind. Maybe she didn’t fully realize how bad this would turn out. Why did she call and make this false report and then admit to the police that it was her?  What are the laws for violating probation? What are consequences for reporting a false threat?


Probation violation is an offense that occurs when you break the terms or conditions of your probation. The consequences associated with probation violation usually depend on a variety of factors, such as the nature and seriousness of the violation, whether you have any prior violations, and whether there are other circumstances that may lessen (or worsen) the severity of the situation. A probation violation may result in significant penalties, such as heavy fines, extended probation, jail time, or more.


Filing a false police report can lead to multiple criminal consequences. Many states call this charge “false report to a peace officer.”  It is one of the few types of speech that is not constitutionally protected. Lying to a law enforcement officer can result in a criminal conviction.