2 Goldsboro Schools Evacuated Over ‘Threatening Message’ for the Second Time in 2 Days

2 Goldsboro Schools Evacuated Over ‘Threatening Message’ for the Second Time in 2 Days

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This is serious. Two Goldsboro schools were evacuated today (Wednesday) following a “threatening message,” according to Wayne County Public Schools Officials. Goldsboro High School and Wayne Schol of Engineering were both evacuated after receiving the threatening message sometime around 9 a.m.

According to WNCT, “Wednesday threat was the second in two days at both schools. Both schools were evacuated on Tuesday following a threatening message that was sent to schools.” The school system wrote on Twitter, “All threats must be investigated. students are being evacuated in order for law enforcement to investigate.”

On Tuesday, an arrest was made in connection with a bomb threat made against a Goldsboro middle school last week. Also on Tuesday, a petition was issued charges the suspect with communicating a threat of mass violence on education property.

The suspect was taken into custody and taken to the New Hanover Juvenile Detention Center. Police said a custody hearing would be held in the next five days.

Source: WNCT

Written By: Fantasia Harvey

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