Monday, November 18, 2013

Daniel Boone Threat
Students at Daniel Boone High School were dismissed at noon on Monday, after someone taped a bomb threat on the wall of a bathroom. Everyone at the school was evacuated to the football field in the interest of safety. The decision was made to release school after Washington County, Tennessee Sheriff’s Office said it would take at least two hours to thoroughly check the school with canines. Police and the school system are now looking for the suspect that left the note. (CC)

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