Friday, December 19, 2014

Lock Down at Sallisaw High School Lifted

A bomb threat, written on a wall at the Sallisaw High School ag building, caused a lock down and police search at the high school Friday, on the last day of school before the Christmas break. School Superintendent Scott Farmer said the message was found at about noon Friday, the school immediately initiated its lock down drill, meaning students were sheltered in place, in their classrooms behind locked doors. Sallisaw police had the building searched within an hour, and found no bomb. Farmer thanked the police for their swift response and thanked parents for their understanding and cooperation. Farmers said an internal investigation was taking place, and promised the bomb threat writer that "Consequences will follow," when he or she is identified. Sallisaw students are in their last day of school before Christmas break. School reconvenes on Jan. 5. By Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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