Santa Monica High School Locked down After Bomb Threat

Santa Monica Police announced Thursday that Santa Monica High School students were sent home after receiving the all clear from police following a hoax threat of a bomb.

Police reported that a bomb threat had been received at 11:42 AM. This prompted a lockdown of schools while school staff and police conducted a precautionary search on the campus.

Santa Monica Police stated that at 12:48 p.m. “no device or suspicious items have been found,”They declared that there had never been a bomb on campus at 2:30 p.m. The shelter in place order was subsequently ended.

Santa Monica Unified School District authoritiesThe students were then dismissedStaff for the remainder of the day.

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Hollywood’s most prestigious school, the school was once the filming site for movies about high school students like “Surf Ninjas,” “17 Again”And “Rebel Without a Cause.”It is also noted for its alumni, which include Robert Down, Jr., singer Ry Cooder, Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Rob Lowe, Rob Lowe, Rob Lowe, Rob Lowe, Sean Penn, Chris Penn, Ronda Rousey, Jonny Kim, astronaut at NASA.

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