Fayetteville Elementary School Evacuated After Bomb Threat

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Washington Elementary School in Fayetteville was evacuated Friday following a bomb threat at the school, said a spokesman for Fayetteville Public Schools.

The spokesman said a bomb threat was found on a boys’ bathroom wall. Officers searched the grounds and school but did not find anything suspicious. Children were then let back into their classrooms, said Alan Wilbourn, the school district spokesman.

Bomb-sniffing dogs assisted in the search, Wilbourn said.

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  • Mark Smith

    More hysterical school administrators enforcing zero tolerance and other all or none policies that do not allow for common sense. And these people educate our children. The bunch needs a course in common sense and critical thonking

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