5 NEWS UPDATE: Bomb Threat Is Over At Lewis County High School
Written by Your 5News Team
Last updated on March 21, 2013 @ 6:24PM
Created on March 21, 2013 @ 12:50PM
5 News Update
The bomb threat is over at Lewis County High School.
A juvenile confessed to writing the threat that was discovered at the school late Thursday morning. He will most likely face charges through a juvenile petition.
School officials received a written note that threatened there was a bomb at the school in the afternoon. Students were immediately transferred to the Armory as a precaution.
Even though the threat is over, students were still dismissed at 1:30 p.m. from all Lewis County schools since the dismissal had already been announced.
The Weston Police Department, State Police and the Lewis County Sheriff's Department responded to the threat.
5 News has confirmed that another bomb threat has been reported to a local school. This time, Lewis County High School is the recipient of this newest threat.
No other information has been released as of 12:45 pm Thursday afternoon, aside from the threat was discovered and announced around noon. All Lewis County schools will be dismissing at 1:30 p.m..
This marks the third day in a row that a local school has received such a threat. In every other case, none of them turned out to be legitimate.
5 News does have a reporter there, and soon as more information is released, this story will be updated. Also, be sure to tune in to First at 5 for a full report.
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