Suspicious Call To Police About Crime At Neverland Deemed False

Sources: Noozhawk – Tom Bolton | All Things Michael


Deputies launched an intensive search of Neverland Ranch in the Santa Ynez Valley Tuesday afternoon after receiving a “suspicious” call reporting a crime had been committed there, but eventually determined the report was a hoax, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department.

The call came in to the department’s non-emergency line at about 3:45 p.m., said Kelly Hoover, a sheriff’s spokeswoman.

Hoover would say only that the call was “suspicious” and the caller indicated a crime had been committed.

However, there were reports that the caller claimed to have killed people and had taken hostages.

Hoover said deputies searched the various buildings at Neverland, which was made famous by the late pop star Michael Jackson.

A large contingent of emergency personnel, including a county helicopter, converged on the 3,000-acre ranch in the 5200 block of Figueroa Mountain Road outside of Los Olivos.

At about 8:20 p.m., Hoover said investigators had determined no crime had been committed.

“After three hours of searching the property, which expands several thousand acres and includes several structures, the call was determined to be unfounded,” Hoover told Noozhawk. “There was no evidence of a crime or anything suspicious in nature.”


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4 thoughts on “Suspicious Call To Police About Crime At Neverland Deemed False

  1. They NEVER found ANY evidence of ANY crime in Neverland….except some employees stealing everything that was not nailed to the ground and said employees ending up on Sneddon’s star witness list.

    • Also the same 1193. I personally believe that some MJ troll is behind this. It reeks of similarity to the satire story the Onion wrote several years ago and resurfaced again last year about the real Michael being buried at Neverland…. This shows that Tom was right to advice Michael to leave because people would never allow him to live there in peace anymore.

      • I’m not familiar with the Onion story but totally agree with you about TMes’ advice. He not only couldn’t live in peace then; he can’t even rest in peace now….. :-(((

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