Police say the time-specific threat has 'substantially passed.'
After a thorough search of Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School by school and emergency personnel today, a phoned-in bomb threat was deemed a hoax and the lockdown the school was in was lifted early this afternoon. According to Lt. Scott Nix, the threat was made for a specific time on Friday. "That time has been substantially passed," Nix said around 1 p.m. "I don't want to give out the exact time because it's part of the investigation." Nix reported at about noon the school was in a "quasi-lockdown," meaning students who were in a classroom could continue with the class, and that no one was allowed in or out of those classrooms or the school. "The school and police are doing a joint investigation at this point in time," Nix said. "We are …
Raymond is back from a 12-month deployment.
Thursday, October 4, 2012
The following information was provided by Patricia M. Houpt. U.S. Army Specialist Christopher Raymond has arrived home after a 12-month deployment to Afghanistan. He served in Logar Province as a member of the Pathfinder Company, 2nd 82nd Aviation Regiment. Raymond's duties included downed aircraft and pilot recovery, quick reaction force and focused targeting force missions. During his tour of duty, Raymond was awarded the Army Commendation medal, Good Conduct Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge and the Afghanistan Campaign Medal. Raymond is a 2003 graduate of Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School. He is the son of Michele Raymond Dolitka and the late Fred J. Raymond, stepson to the late David J. Dolitka. Raymond is married to Alicia …