Three Robertson County Schools Receive Bomb Threats
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) Information is still coming in but Smokey Barn News has confirmed that three Robertson County Schools have received bomb threats this morning.
According to Emergency Management Agency Director R.L. Douglas, Springfield High School, Springfield Alternative School and Greenbrier High School have all received bomb threats.
According to Douglas the threats made indicated that the bombs will go off at 10AM.
According to Douglas, at the moment there are just a few people in the schools, students have yet to arrive and Robertson County Schools officials are in the process of deciding what what action to take.
According to Robertson County Schools PIO Jim Ballis, three anonymous threats were made and all three facilities are being cleared at this time.
Robertson County Sheriff’s Office PIO Ryan Martin told Smokey Barn News that the Sheriff’s Office is assisting school officials and a detective is investigating.
As soon as officials release more information we will bring it tom you.
According to Emergency Management Agency Director R.L. Douglas, a visual inspection of Springfield High school and the Alternative School has been completed and both facilities have been cleared. Greenbrier High School is still being searched.
We are expecting word from Robertson County Schools Officials momentarily as to the operational disposition of all three school facilities.
According to Robertson County Schools PIO Jim Bellis, Springfield High school and the Alternative School have been thoroughly searched and cleared by officials. Both schools are now OPEN and will be running a normal schedule today.
According to Robertson County Schools PIO Jim Bellis, Greenbrier High School has been cleared and the school is now OPEN.
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