Officials: No bomb at St. Martin High, students return to class

ST. MARTIN, MS (WLOX) - St. Martin High School students have returned to class after the all clear was given following a bomb threat Thursday morning. That is according to St. Martin School District Assistant Superintendent Dr. Mike Van Winkle.

Sheriff Charles Britt said a threatening note stating a bomb was in the school was found around 10:20 a.m.

That is when students were evacuated while sheriff's deputies and the department's explosive detecting K9, Aragon, investigated the campus.

Britt said the incident remains under investigation.

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