Ladysmith Elementary evacuated after bomb threat

From NBC12 News: Two schools threatened with violence :

A Caroline County elementary school was evacuated Thursday morning due to a bomb threat. County deputies were called to Ladysmith Elementary around 9:20 a.m. because of a written bomb threat inside the school.

All the children were taken outside while the state police bomb squad went through the building with bomb-sniffing dogs. Less than two hours later, everyone was allowed back inside.

Ladysmith Elementary is working with deputies to find the culprit.

Stafford County deputies also are investigating a threat against one of the county’s schools.

Deputies searched the home of a 16-year-old student from Mountain View High School.

They received reports that the teen threatened several other students last Friday and talked about shooting up a class. Deputies recovered a BB gun and a knife at the home.

So far no charges have been filed against the teen.


One thought on “Ladysmith Elementary evacuated after bomb threat”

  1. I think it is sad that some of uf us that have an education is trying hard not to let our children of tomorrow get what education that should be theirs. Let us show our kids that education is important and donot take life for granted by doing foolish deeds such as this.

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