EASTON, Conn. – Students returned to class at Helen Keller Middle School in Easton on Wednesday afternoon after a search by police K-9 units turned up no threats following a bomb threat, according to the Trumbull Times.
Easton Police Chief Tim Shaw said police dogs were brought in from Stamford and Norwalk, while police from Fairfield and Trumbull assisted with traffic and the students, who were evacuated to the Easton Community Center, the Times said. Students were to be dismissed at the usual time, the story said.
The incident began when a note found in a boys’ bathroom Wednesday morning prompted a bomb scare, the Times said.
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