THE detective who caught notorious hoaxer
Wearside Jack has ended his police career.
Fire services have introduced a number of methods in an effort to cut false alarms, including call-challenging policies and a system to disconnect the mobile phones of serial hoaxers
Mr Worsley said he would even have read about himself as the mysterious hoaxer
The school, which has 239 children between three and 11-years-old, was forced to close for the entire day after the false callA hoaxer
struck again at 11am on November 21 and parents were again forced to collect their offspring while the threat was checked out.
John Humble, from Sunderland, appeared before magistrates in Leeds this afternoon, charged with perverting the course of justice after a breakthrough in the hunt for the hoaxer
behind the Yorkshire Ripper tape which taunted investigating police.
Author and award-winning investigative journalist, Patrick Lavelle, in his new book, Shadow of the Ripper, published by Blake, has spent five years investigating the identity of Wearside Jack, claimed that his evidence shows Sutcliffe killed Joan Harrison but denied the murder because the hoaxer
was with him at the time.
Blair said he wanted to send a clear message to hoaxers
that if they frighten the public and they waste time of overstretched emergency services, they will pay a severe price.
The order was made as the emergency services revealed hoaxers
blocked 999 lines with calls for help to deal with smelly feet and to change a TV channel.
Former top policeman Keith Hellawell has condemned the Yorkshire Ripper tape hoaxer
A MAN has been arrested and bailed in connection with an investigation into a serial 999 hoaxer
who made false bomb and siege reports, police said yesterday.
THE man charged with being the notorious Yorkshire Ripper hoaxer
known as "Wearside Jack" was refused bail yesterday.
They were fooled into going to Liverpool Bay after a hoaxer
directed them to a dangerous sandbank.
Deputy Chief Constable Bill Brereton says every hoaxer
traced will be prosecuted.
ENGLAND coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has fallen victim to a radio hoaxer
pretending to be Kevin Keegan.
The Civil Aviation Authority said yesterday that instructions given by the hoaxer
had "differed substantially" from standard procedures.