Bomb Dog Unit Investigates Threat At Gravette High School

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A police bomb dog was sent to Gravette High School late Wednesday afternoon in reference to a threat, officials say.

Bentonville police’s bomb squad did not respond to the school, but police sent their bomb K-9 unit. The threat was discovered and relayed to authorities after school had already let out for the day.

There have been no reported arrests or injuries concerning the threat. There are also no reports on anything suspicious found at the school.


    • Jenn.

      I agree 100% the news stations needs to stop NOW. I live in the NEA and there are events that the news station here will not report and NWA needs to do the same.

  • STFUJim

    Oh shut up Jim… It is news regardless of whatever motive made it. If a bomb or explosive material is found then you’ll eat your words.

  • Christie

    Someone decided some time back to take prayer & corporal punishment out of school & well this is what you get. I am 53 yrs. old & most of us were afraid to get a paddling from the principal, but were more afraid of when we got home. Kids today do what they want with no repercussions. Something needs to be changed.

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