Authorities say a teen from New Jersey is charged with making multiple threatening phone calls to a high school in Florida. According to the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office, Brad Parga, 17, made multiple hoax calls to Milton High School in Milton, Florida. He is also accused of making a hoax call regarding a shooting at a residence in the area.
According to authorities, the calls were made over the course of several months last year. Parga was identified as the suspect and arrested in his Guttenberg residence. To face the charges in Florida, he was extradited there. “When it comes to swatting and making calls of this nature, we will travel to the ends of the earth to find you.
“We will find you if you make a false alarm and frighten all the children,” says Sheriff Bob Johnson. “I could care less if you’re in New Jersey, California, or anywhere else. We will bring you back to face charges, and Mr. Parga will experience this.” Once officials have downloaded the contents of Parga’s phone and computer, they may find additional evidence to press additional charges, they say.