Bomb Threats to Suburban Baltimore Schools Yield Additional Security

A high school in Bel Air has had two bomb threats in the last week and five schools are getting extra security from the coutny sheriff's office


The Harford County sheriff's office plans to have additional security Wednesday at five schools after a bomb threat was made.

According to Capt. Keith Warner of the sheriff's office, the primary school mentioned in a threatening note was C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air, which also had an unfounded bomb threat last week. Parents were notified Tuesday night that the school had been threatened again, according to schools spokeswoman Teri D. Kranefeld.