A Southern California man accused of making a hoax 911 call that led to the killing of an unarmed man in Kansas is now also wanted by authorities in Canada. The Calgary Police Service has issued an arrest warrant for 25-year-old Los Angeles resident Tyler Barriss, who they allege made a "swatting" call on the evening of Dec. 22 to Calgary Police, in which the caller said he had shot his father and were holding his mother and younger brother hostage.
"The friend told investigators that he went to the restroom, and when he came out Blaze had walked off," Braun said. "We do not believe foul play was involved at this point, and the friend is only a witness, not a suspect or person of concern."
LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles man suspected of making a hoax emergency call that led to the fatal police shooting of a Kansas man told a judge Wednesday he would not fight efforts to send him to Wichita to face charges.Tyler Barriss, 25, was held without bail after waiving his right to an extradition hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court.He stood behind a glass wall dressed in black with his hands cuffed in front of him and provided brief answers to a judge’s questions, acknowledging he was...
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