Students returned to class at Liberty High School following a bomb threat on Monday, Jan. 13. State Police bomb dogs sniffed for explosives after students were evacuated to Trap Hill Middle.
Students at Liberty High School were evacuated on Monday after word was received about a bomb threat.
State Police, Raleigh County Sheriff's Deputies and local firefighters responded to the school at around 11:30 a.m. Monday, Jan. 13. A note was found at the school which stated there was a bomb somewhere inside.
Students were sent to the nearby Trap Hill Middle School. Meanwhile, West Virginia State Police bomb dogs were brought in to sniff for explosives. Nothing was found and the students were returning to class about an hour later.