Thursday, January 06, 2000

West Hi gets bomb threats




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Western Hills High School received bomb threats Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, authorities said.

        The school was evacuated and Cincinnati police alerted, but authorities found nothing after search ing school grounds, Cincinnati Public Schools spokeswoman Jan Leslie said. An anonymous caller had telephoned the threats.

        Students returned to class after the security sweep, conducted by police and district safety personnel, Ms. Leslie said.

       



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