Sheriff’s Office says both threats were deemed not credible.
(Photo from Frederick County Sheriff’s Office)
Frederick, Md (KM) Bomb Threats were reported at two schools in Frederick County Wednesday morning.
The Sheriff’s Office says students were evacuated safely while deputies conducted a sweep of Crestwood Middle School. At around 10:45 AM, the threat was deemed not credible and all students and staff were allowed back inside.
There was also a bomb threat at West Frederick Middle School. Frederick Police say that school was evacuated while officers conducted a sweep. They say the threat was also deemed not credible.
Frederick Police say investigations are underway to determine the origin of these calls. They say similar threats were reported at other Maryland schools.
Earlier that day, the Sheriff’s Office reminded citizens to expect a large police presence at Crestwood Middle School due to the bomb threat. They urged parents not to come to the school during that time, and said that the Sheriff’s Office was working with the School System to make sure all students were safe.
The School System says both threats were made over the telephone.
By Kevin McManus