Bomb Threats at Smyrna High & Justice Center "Not Credible"

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Smyrna authorities are investigating a bomb threat, made to both Smyrna High School and the Smyrna Justice Center.

Authorities report a call came into Metro Nashville dispatch.

Rutherford County Schools spokesman James Evans tells NewsRadio WGNS Smyrna High was placed on a brief, precautionary Code Yellow lockdown this (Tuesday) morning after law enforcement and emergency personnel investigated a tip they had received.


Evans says the tip proved to be not credible and the school has returned to normal operation. All students are safe and returning to their normal class schedules. The Code Yellow was only called as a precaution, which is standard procedure in these situations.

The justice center is also back open. The Smyrna Police and courts are in the justice center.


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