Teen charged with making bomb threat in Toombs Co.
LYONS, GA (WTOC) -
Authorities evacuated Toombs County schools on Wednesday morning
after they received a call about a bomb threat.
Dispatch got a call at about 8
a.m. from a person threatening to blow up schools in Toombs County.
Lyons Police Chief Wesley Walker told WTOC that Jonathan Reyes, 17, is charged with Disruption with
the operation of a public school Terroristic threats and acts Unlawful conduct
during a 911 call.
Lyons police aired on the side of caution and evacuated all Toombs
Chatham County Sheriff's bomb
detection dog was called in to sweep the high school for explosives. They
didn't find any bombs, but they did see that someone had broken into one of the
back windows of Toombs County High School.
Friday, May 24 2013 7:57 PM EDT2013-05-24 23:57:32 GMT
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