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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Internet prankster indicted for bomb threat charges internet prankster, Ashton Lundeby, and other unnamed co-conspirators are facing three-count indictment for allegedly allowing web gamers to pay fees to watch and witness how the police responded to bomb threats at Purdue University and other schools as part of their pranks online.

Lundeby, who went by the name Tyrone, and other conspirators would place calls to locations covered by webcams and then broadcast the video live to as many as 300 subscribers. According to authorities, because he used the Internet to make fake bomb threats to schools nationwide, including Indiana. The federal judge said, the teen would be charged as an adult.

The case had been sealed because Lundeby is a juvenile and will be arraigned Friday. He is still and currently being detained in St. Joseph County's Juvenile Justice Center since the FBI agents and local law enforcement arrested him at his home on March 5.

Annette Lundeby, his mother, maintains that her son was at church the night of Feb. 15 when several threats were called into Purdue University. She believes he was framed after he refused a stupid stuff pranks ideas to call in a bomb threat to a high school in Australia.



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