Two charged in connection with bomb threats at PCM Middle School, Prairie City Elementary
A 13-year-old Monroe girl has been charged with false reports of an incendiary or explosive device in connection with Tuesday's bomb threat at PCM Middle School, and a 10-year-old boy will be charged in connection with today's bomb threat at Prairie City Elementary, according to a press release issued by the Prairie City Police Department.
Police were notified of a bomb threat at 9:51 a.m. today at the elementary school. Jane Babcock, PCM superintendent, said the district followed its safety protocol, evacuating students out of the building and relocating them to a secure location while a joint task force of the Monroe and Prairie City police departments and the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office sweep the building to look for any threats.
The building got the all-clear at 11 a.m., and students were scheduled to resume classes as normal after lunch.
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