HOBBS, N.M. - Calling in fake bomb threats put a Hobbs teen in jail.
Police say teen called 911 on Saturday afternoon, claiming there were explosives near the Humphrey House.
About 10 minutes later, they got another call from someone saying they saw the bombs.
Officers played the tapes for the staff members who were able to identify the voice as one of the teens living there.
Police say when they questioned the teen; he told them he couldn't remember what happened because he had been smoking spice.
The Humphrey House provides treatment, shelter, counseling and independent living training for troubled teens.