Orange High School Threats: FBI Executes Search Warrant

Photo By on December 6, 2011 released the following:

“By Ted Achladis Reporter

ORANGE VILLAGE, Ohio— The Federal Bureau of Investigation Cleveland Division confirms to Fox 8 News that it executed a search warrant related to the recent rash of emailed bomb threats directed at Orange High School.

FBI special agent Scott Wilson says that the search started at approximately 7 a.m. Tuesday. The warrant, according to Wilson, was executed at a home on West Orange Hill Circle, just north of Miles Road.

Orange Schools Communication Coordinator Lou DeVincentis says that the FBI informed the district in advance, but did not provide specific details regarding the search warrant.

Starting on Nov. 6, threatening emails were sent to school and media officials that forced Orange High to shut down for three days. After that, classes resumed under tighter security, but the emails kept coming, many threatening to harm students and staff with biological agents. The last documented threat was sent on Nov. 21.

Wilson had previously said that each email was analyzed by the FBI office in Quantico, Va. He believed someone was holding back information that could help identify the person(s) responsible for the threats.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with any information is still encouraged to contact the Pepper Pike Police Department or the FBI.”


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