Undersheriff confirms courthouse evacuated

Team Radio Marketing Group - November 20, 2017 9:47 am

Kay County Undersheriff Sean Grigsba has confirmed that about 9 a.m. Monday, the Ponca City Police Department  received a call reporting a possible bomb threat at the Kay County Courthouse. That information was disseminated to Grigsba and other law enforcement officers, he said.

Based on the information reported, officials made the decision to evacuate the courthouse and establish a clear perimeter around the courthouse. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol’s bomb squad was notified and is en route to Newkirk, Grigsba said.

 

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