North Idaho School’s Caller ID System Identifies Bomb Threat Caller
HAYDEN, Idaho (AP) — North Idaho School's Caller ID System Identifies Bomb Threat Caller Just after 1 p.m. a male caller told the staff at Atlas Elementary School that there was a bomb in the building and to get the kids out.
No bomb was found, but during the first few minutes of the call, authorities were able to use the number off the school's caller ID to identify a suspect. Authorities were already at the home of 25-year-old Jacob Moore to arrest him on another felony warrant when deputies called for his arrest in connection with the bomb threat.
Moore is being held at the Kootenai County Jail on the original charge as well as charges of making a false report of a bomb at a school, obstructing an officer and possession of drug paraphernalia.