Teen suspect arrested in bogus crash call case

"All I can say is our investigators did a great job," York said.

On April 1, police interviewed Jones and he admitted to making the transmissions, York said. Jones told police that he was under the influence of marijuana at the time and was not thinking clearly, authorities said. Jones is not presently affiliated with any area fire of EMS agency.

York said Tuesday that county communications officials were taking steps to upgrade the radio system so calls could be only received from authorized sources and could be traced to a particular vehicle and location. Tuesday, County Sheriff's Office Communications Supervisor and LaFlure were busy developing these plans, York said.

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