BOMB THREATS PLAGUE MONROE COUNTY THURSDAY PDF Print
Friday, 26 October 2012 06:42

Scary moments for schoolchildren and businesses in south central Kentucky Thursday morning, where a total of five bomb threats were made.

Around 8:20 a.m. Central Time, a bomb threat was called in to the Tompkinsville Elementary School and the Monroe County Attorney's office. The caller said the bombs were set to detonate in 15 minutes from the time of the call.

Additional bomb threats were called in to Sonic and McDonald's Restaurants and to the local Wal Mart in Tompkinsville.

State Trooper Jonathan Biven

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School was canceled for the rest of the day, and all businesses were evacuated. No detonations occurred and no bombs have been found. Kentucky State Police, along with KSP K-9 Units are investigating.

 

 

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