Thursday, October 11, 2012
No bomb was found.
Students at Primrose School were evacuated briefly on Monday following a bomb threat. Corporal Ashley Henson, a spokesperson for the Paulding County Sheriff's Office, said that deputies searched the building but did not find a bomb. He said he didn't know how long deputies were on the scene and how long the school was evacuated.
Saturday, October 6, 2012
A message found written at Moses Middle School was the second bomb threat made to a Paulding school this week.
Dismissal procedures at Moses Middle were altered Friday afternoon following school officials’ discovery of a bomb threat written on a bathroom stall, school district and public safety officials said Friday evening. The threat was the second to involve a Paulding County school this week. The threatening message was found and reported to school officials at the end of the school day, Associate Superintendent Brian Otott told Dallas-Hiram Patch, but it was not immediately known how long the message had been written there. Officials upon the discovery of the message contacted the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office and an internal sweep of the school was conducted. Nothing dangerous was found. Cpl. Ashley Henson of the Paulding County Sheriff’s …
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Students were evacuated out of Paulding County High School Wednesday morning following a bomb threat called in anonymously. Return to Dallas-Hiram Patch for updates.
Officials with Paulding County Schools at noon Wednesday confirmed that a bomb threat led to the evacuation of Paulding County High School earlier in the day. “The 911 center did receive an anonymous call [saying] there was a bomb in Paulding County High School. The caller did not provide any other details, and as a precautionary measure, [as we do] any time we have a bomb threat, the building was evacuated,” Associate Superintendent Brian Otott told Dallas-Hiram Patch. Following the evacuation, Otott said, Paulding County Sheriff’s deputies and school officials searched the premises for anything dangerous but found nothing suspicious. Students returned to classes about an hour after they had been evacuated. The evacuation disrupted the …
Monday, September 17, 2012
Last week, authorities and K-9 units swept the Pilgrim's Pride plant after a caller claimed a bomb had been placed there.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Threats targeted several metro Atlanta Carmike locations, including Paulding County’s theater, but local authorities found no explosive materials.
Authorities from the city of Hiram, Paulding and Cobb counties responded Friday to bomb threats aimed at Hiram’s Movies 278, but public safety officials found nothing threatening in the search of the facility. Earlier today, officers fanned out to Carmike locations in Atlanta, Canton, Cartersville, Conyers, Cumming, Newnan and Snellville after the movie theater's corporate office received bomb threats from callers who identified themselves as employees of a Carmike vendor, according to WSB-TV and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Theaters in other states also were on alert. “[Our movie theater] received a threat also,” Detective Donald Roberts of Hiram Police Department told Dallas-Hiram Patch. “The management at the store contacted us and…
Monday, June 18, 2012
Stores in the shopping center on East Main Street where The Dollar Tree is located were evacuated.