Tuesday, November 1, 2011
No bombs recovered during sweep of school.
As of 1 p.m., the Sudbury Police Department declared Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School is safe, and those needing hot showers and charging stations are welcomed back. ------- From the Sudbury Police Department: On 11-1-2011 at approximately 7:19 AM the Sudbury Police Department received a 911 call reporting a message had been received from an anonymous caller indicating there was a bomb inside Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School. Sudbury Police and Fire responded to the high school along with Lincoln Police and the Massachusetts State Police Bomb Squad. Acting on the premise the threat was credible the building was evacuated with students being dismissed for the day. Numerous sweeps of the school were made by police and school …
Classes have been canceled today due to the bomb scare.
And on the Police page of the Sudbury town website this morning was this note: An anonymous caller left a bomb threat on the school’s voice mail. We evacuated the building at 7:20 this morning. Sudbury Police and Fire have responded to the situation, and are in the process of searching the building according to their protocol with the assistance of our Admin Team and Buildings & Grounds crew. Because today, Tuesday Nov. 1 is scheduled to be an early release day, there will not be time to thoroughly search the building and hold a school day. For safety reasons, we are dismissing for the day and sending students home. It may be possible for us to hold the senior performances for dress-up day this evening at 7pm in the auditorium — please…
One student reports a rumor that someone dressed as Osama bin Laden walked into the high school this morning.
[UPDATE: 10:57 a.m.] According to WCVB, a State Police bomb squad unit has swept the school but did not find anything. [UPDATE: 10:03 a.m.] Assistant Athletic Director Judy Katalina says all scheduled athletic events for Lincoln-Sudbury are still on. [UPDATE: 9:25 a.m.] An anonymous caller left a bomb threat on the school’s voice mail, according to a press release on the Town's website. [UPDATE: 9:06] Sudbury Patch will soon upload to video interviews of students who explained what they experienced today at the school. [UPDATE 8:53] Concord Road is now completely blocked off starting at town center, at Route 27. [UPDATE 8:46 a.m.] School has been called off today at Lincoln-Sudbury High School after reports of a person dressed as Osama bin…
Thursday, March 3, 2011
A robot was used to detonate a bottle at 28 Firecut Lane.
Shown is the scene at 28 Firecut Lane in Sudbury where a robot was used to detonate a bottle containing explosive liquids. You can hear the bottle explode at 1:55.