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Lockdown Lifted At Wilson Central HS After Bomb Threat

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LEBANON, Tenn. – Wilson Central High School in Lebanon was placed on lock down because of a bomb threat. The lockdown has since been lifted.

Officials with the Wilson County Sheriff's Office confirmed the lockdown Thursday morning.

Director of schools Mike Davis said a scribbled note was found one of the bathrooms.

Students remained in their classrooms while sheriff's deputies and bomb-sniffing K-9 units swept the building as a precaution. They found nothing suspicious.

The lockdown was lifted just before 11:40 a.m.

Davis said officials followed normal procedure and found the note was not a credible source.

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