Kenosha School Briefly Evacuated After Bomb Threat

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A Kenosha school was evacuated after officials deemed that a bomb threat left in a bathroom stall was credible enough to warrant an investigation. Reuther High School and Harborside Academy, at 913 57th street in Kenosha, were evacuated shortly after 2 PM Wednesday. Police investigated the building and students were allowed to return about 20 minutes later. The threat was apparently not found be credible after the investigation was completed. This isn’t the first time that such a threat was made in a stall, however in a statement KUSD Officials said that Wednesday’s threat was more specific than others that have been made.

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