The Shelbyville Police Department Criminal Investigations Division has completed its investigation into the recent bomb threats received by the Bedford County Clerk's office on January 19th and the Court Clerk's office on January 31st.
Another bomb threat was reported at the O'Charley's on Old Fort Parkway in Murfreesboro. The threat came in on Halloween afternoon around 4:30 on Tuesday.
Murfreesboro Police responded to a bomb threat Sunday at O'Charley's restaurant lon the Old Fort Parkway near Sam's.
A student has been arrested at Oakland High School after an alleged bomb threat closed down the school for the day.
UPDATE: The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate the incident at Christiana Middle School on 231 South. However, the situation was apparently larger than simply being at one school on Monday (9/25/17).
Smyrna authorities are investigating a bomb threat, made to both Smyrna High School and the Smyrna Justice Center.
A bomb threat reported at Patterson Park Community Center in Murfreesboro led to the building being evacuated on Monday (5/1/17).
According to the police report released by Murfreesboro authorities on Wednesday, someone called Verizon and stated, "I am Akmed, the dead terrorist and I come to blow you up."
Many people reportedly saw police activity at the Rite-Aid on Memorial Boulevard. It was around 1:30 Friday afternoon when Murfreesboro Police were called after a bomb threat was made.
Around 5:10pm Thursday (1/26/17) evening, the Walmart on S. Rutherford Blvd. received a bomb threat.
Murfreesboro Police Sgt. Kyle Evans stated, "There was a computer generated bomb threat at Siegel Elementary."
Holloway and La Vergne High School students were evacuated Monday after bomb threats.
Murfreesboro Police Sgt. Kyle Evans told WGNS that students were transported to a different school after the threat was called in...
Bomb threat at Murfreesboro Walmart store unfounded.
A suspicious package found in front of the Medical Specialty Office building near DeKalb Community Hospital Wednesday morning...
Verizon evacuated the building and officers searched for anything unusual.
After a Monday morning bomb-threat, the Judicial Building has been re-opened after a two-hour search.
What is odd about the threat is that it was called into the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Division and not into the actual company, nor was it called into the City of Murfreesboro Police Department by the person making the threat.
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