Four Cabarrus County Schools Evacuating Amid Bomb Threat
The Latest: The Cabarrus County School District has evacuated Cox Mill High School a second time due to a bomb threat. Law enforcement is sweeping the high school again, and students will be dismissed at a normal time from the stadium.
Previous Update: According to school officials, students who were evacuated have returned to the buildings and resumed their school day. The Concord Police Department and the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Department continue to investigate this morning’s events.
CONCORD, N.C. – Several local schools are evacuating due to bomb threats. Those schools facing threats are Jay M. Robinson High School, Cox Mill Elementary School, Cox Mill High School and Northwest Cabarrus High School.
All four are in the Cabarrus County school district.
Cox Mill Elementary has been cleared, and students are now back inside to continue their day.
A statement from the district says in part, “We continue to work with Concord Police and Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Department to investigate.”
Parents are being asked not to come to the school. The district says it will give updates through Connect-Ed as soon as it has additional information.
WCCB has crews on the scene. Check back for updates.