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Fake bomb threat at Rockford Schools

Rockford RamAuthorities determined that a bomb threat at Rockford Public Schools earlier today was “not credible.”

Superintendent Mike Shibler reportedly received an anonymous email Friday morning stating that a bomb would go off in each of their 13 buildings and that he should be concerned.

The Rockford Department of Public Safety worked with the Kent County Sheriff Department, Michigan State Police, FBI and Rockford Public School Security to investigate. They said it was quickly determined the threat was not credible. Area law enforcement and Homeland Security are investigating the source of the anonymous threat.

As precautionary measure, thorough searches were conducted on the interior and exterior of all schools buildings. All schools proceeded through the day as normal.

They said that at no time were the students in any danger.


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