Bomb Threat Found at P-O Middle School

CHESTER HILL – A bomb threat was found today at the Philipsburg-Osceola Middle School in Chester Hill Borough, reported the state police at Clearfield.

State police were notified about a suspicious note found at the school and immediately responded with multiple bomb dogs. State police initiated an investigation by clearing the school and finding it safe.

Further investigation revealed that a known 14-year-old boy found the note. The boy, state police said, also wrote the note and was removed from school.

The boy is facing criminal charges to be filed through Clearfield County Juvenile Probation.

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One thought on “Bomb Threat Found at P-O Middle School

  1. Dustin Parks

    As a P-O grad, in my time at the high school and even the old junior high, we only had two major threats in six years. One at the junior high that was taken care of quickly, and included the superintendent making a statement to the students and staff. High school was similar, but included a walk-out of practically 70-75 percent of the students. Now we’ve had three in the same amount of days. This is getting very ridiculous, and frankly shows that the students are now purposely trying to get out of school, and have no care of how they do it. Shows a lack of respect for elders, their fellow students, and frankly a lack of respect for themselves.

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