OPPD spokesman John Lacy says they take this very seriously. "We don't think it's a joke, we don't think it's funny. So if we can get down to the person who actually made the phone call, we're looking at charges," Lacy says.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Police in Kansas said they responded Monday morning to a report of a shooting at a home, only to discover the call was the latest instance of a hoax known as "SWATting," reports CBS affiliate KCTV. Overland Park officials said around 8:30 a.m.