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Arrest Made in Bomb Threat At Bristol School

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UPDATE: Bristol Police say they have made an arrest in a bomb threat that was called into Greene-Hills School Wednesday.

A student at the school is charged with Breach of Peace and Threatening.

A police cruiser will be at the school Thursday morning, but no other additional security will be provided, police said. Police say they hope the fast action taken on Wednesday’s scare will send a message that such behavior is not tolerated.

Greene-Hills School has students in grades kindergarten to eighth grade. Students were dismissed 30 minutes early Wednesday.

School officials were notified around 1:30 p.m.

Fire and police responded to the scene.

Multiple threats were called into schools in Bristol earlier this year. Read more about those threats here:

Bristol’s Costs Mount As A Result Of Bomb Threats At Schools

Two 10-Year-Olds Arrested After Bristol Bomb Threats

Students Return To Class After Bristol School Evacuated

St. Paul High School In Bristol Evacuated Due To Threat

Bristol Police Investigating Threat At Third School

Bristol Middle School Students Return To Class After Threat

Bristol School Out For The Day After Bomb Threat


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1 Comment

  • Debra

    Really guys??? why would you do this when the emergency workers could be helping save lives. You know you will be caught and the saddest thing is your parents will have to pay for your actions..very sad what our kids have turned into.

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