Police: No Threat Found At Rogers High School

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ROGERS (KFSM) – The Rogers Police Department found nothing during their search of the Rogers High School after it went into lockdown  at 8:15 a.m. on Friday (Sept. 12), authorities say.

Authorities said the school was “all clear,” and normal schedules were resumed.

During the investigation, an explosive detection K-9 unit from Fayetteville was called to search the building, according to authorities.

Parents were notified at 9:30 a.m. about the threat via a message from the school, but students were not evacuated, officials said.

3 comments

  • Joe

    they’re gonna find pot, molly, ecstacy, and pills LONG before that dog EVER finds a bomb.
    kids these days go hard and it just drives me insane that the school is so clueless as to how much drug trafficking goes in schools. It’s so easy

  • Heather

    My son says it go’s on everday there at school. It is sad its everywhere you go. Kids know more now days then I ever knew when I was in school. Hell probably the kids sell it to the teachers.

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