Auxiliary fireman fired, charged with inducing panic after making fake 911 call

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OBERLIN - For Oberlin firefighters, rushing to a call is routine. But when they arrived and find no sign of a fire, they are not happy.

South Amherst Auxiliary Firefighter Dean Evans had called 911, but there was no evidence of a fire.

Police traced the call back to Evans and he has since been fired for his actions, along with being charged for inducing panic and making false alarms.

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