Police Get Called to a Reported Kidnapping, Find Out It’s Just a Music Video
To the naked eye, it might've looked like it a kidnapping was really happening.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said it got a call about a possible kidnapping Wednesday in the San Gabriel mountains.
To the naked eye, it may have looked like it a kidnapping was really happening. When authorities got there, they conducted a high-risk traffic stop.
After a bit of investigating, they found out it was just an unauthorized music video shoot.
On Friday, officials posted pictures of what thankfully wasn't a real crime scene.
Evidently, the gun was real, and one person was arrested on a misdemeanor weapons charge.
Cops say the moral of this story is simple. "Book a place to film your music video! maybe advise the cops first?!"
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