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Arizona YouTuber Goes to Jail After Live Shooter Hoax in Disney World

Arizona YouTuber Goes to Jail After Live Shooter Hoax in Disney WorldAn Arizona YouTuber gets jail time after taking part in a Live Shooter Hoax at Walt Disney World’s Contemporary Resort.

The 22-year old  allegedly ran up to guests at the Contemporary Resort and told them to evacuate immediately due to a live shooter in the area.  Burch apparently was  and said it was a hoax and part of a school project he was working on to get guest reactions about the situation and then post them on YouTube.

The Contemporary Resort was eventually put into lock-down after midnight.  Burch according to witnesses was “highly intoxicated” and causing a “significant disturbance.”

Burch will spend 3 days in the Orange County Jail for disturbing the peace and disorderly intoxication.  Honestly that doesn’t seem like enough considering the social climate we’re living in and the vast amount of actual shootings taking place across the country.  Hopefully situations like this will be avoided as it’s nothing to play around about.

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I want to know what you think about the Dillion Burch going to jail after a live shooter hoax in Disney World.

  • Is 3 days enough time?

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News Source: Fox 10

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Alex

Wednesday 30th of May 2018

10k fine, 1 year house arrest and after that some 2years of community service.

Ziggy

Wednesday 30th of May 2018

not a bad idea either

Brian

Wednesday 30th of May 2018

1 year minimum! Federal charges! Ruin his life!!

Ziggy

Wednesday 30th of May 2018

I agree that 3 days is just way too little!

Sean Truax

Wednesday 30th of May 2018

False bomb threats are federal offenses with a penalty of up to 10 years and a $250k fine. False active shooter should be equivalent, or in the ball park.

Ziggy

Wednesday 30th of May 2018

People need to take this stuff seriously...