The Jewish Community Center in St. Paul’s Highland Park neighborhood reopened after a Monday morning bomb threat prompted an evacuation, one of at least 10 around the country.
A bomb threat was made against Cape Elizabeth Middle School on Thursday morning, school officials said.
Howard Colter, interim superintendent in Cape Elizabeth, said the threat to the school on Scott Dyer Road was made in a recorded robo-call to the middle school office at about 10:50 a.m. Thursday.
Stark County is not the only one who received simultaneous robocall bomb threats last year. Federal agents say Ohio is among those most likely to get a bomb threat.
NEW YORK / WASHINGTON - A wave of telephone bomb threats to 16 Jewish community centers in nine US states may have originated from the same number and been placed by at least one individual and an automated calling system, security officials said on Tuesday.
At around 12:46 PM, police say the school's main office received a robocall stating there was device of some sort inside the school building.
Police report the school was placed on a low-level lockdown while staff and Delaware State Troopers searched the building.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) Schools across the country are receiving robocall bomb threats. The incidents across the country were first reported Monday. Schools in Lincoln and Grand Island were targeted Wednesday.