FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas -- Deputies have two hoax 911 calls on their hands. It's called swatting.
Fort Bend County Sheriff's Deputies swarmed a house on Nettle Brook Lane in Cinco Ranch around 11:30 a.m. Monday.
Officers received this 911 call:
"My mom and dad got into an argument and it got physical. My dad had an AR15 assault rifle. I took my dad's AR15 assault rifle and shot my dad I have my mom tied up. And I'm going to blow up this building," said the prank caller.
"Swatting isn't funny, it's a Class A misdemeanor, up to a year in jail," said Sheriff Troy Nehls of the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Department.
Neighbors who were just moving in were shaken up and had no idea what was going on.
"They told me get inside the house, they told me get inside the house, so I just run inside," said Maria Lopez, a neighbor.
"My first impression was, I thought they had an arrest for somebody -- a warrant for somebody's arrest. I told the kids to get inside the house and we closed the garage," said Daniel Lopez, a neighbor.
The call had officers preparing for the worst after the 17-year-old on the phone said this:
"Sir, I'm sorry, but I'm going to kill your deputy," said the prank caller.
"You can imagine the patrol deputy, anyone else responding to this call, trying to mentally prepare yourself -- thinking I'm going to walk into this," said Sheriff Nehls.
The same type of call came into Harris County dispatchers last week, just four miles away on Hidden Canyon. The prank caller said he shot his mom and he was armed with a gun in the house. Officers had no idea what they were getting into. That call was made from Skype.
Neighbors just want the prank caller to turn him or herself in. Investigators said Monday's phone call came from a number in the Houston area.