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Student Jailed in Bomb Threat
Wednesday, 06 February 2013

February 6--  A 17-year-old Toombs County High School student was taken to the Toombs County jail Wednesday after a bomb threat disrupted school.

Lyons Police Chief Wesley Walker says the youth's name will be released once charges are finalized and a warrant issued by the Toombs County Magistrate's office.

The call to Toombs 911 was made about eight a.m. and delayed the start of school at all the schools in the system.  Once officials discovered two broken windows at the high school, other schools convened while high school students gathered at the nearby Toombs Agri-Center.

Bomb-sniffing dogs from Treutlen and Chatham Counties searched the high school and campus and found nothing.  High school students returned to class after lunch, according to School Superintendent Dr. Kim Corley.

 
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