Bomb threat at Monroe High School

Bomb threat made at Monroe High School

ALBANY, Ga. – Monroe High School was put on a ‘soft lockdown’ after an alleged bomb threat, according to the Dougherty County School System.

DCSS says someone called the school threatening that there was a bomb. There were no signs of a bomb inside the school after going through the building and “normal operations resumed.”

Charges are pending against those who were involved, for disrupting a public school.

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Dougherty County School Police are continuing to investigate the threat.

This is an active and ongoing investigation. Be sure to stay with South Georgia Television News for the very latest.