Elementary school bomb threat sparked search

Snyder / Source: (KCSO)

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — According to Knoxville Police records, Curtis Snyder called the Knox County non-emergency line saying there was a bomb at the school.

Officers conducted a search at the school inside and out and found no evidence of a bomb or signs of entry into the school.

Officers tried to trace the number the call came from but found that a "spoof" number had been used.

The report shows Snyder called several times threatening to "blow himself up."

A "BOLO" alert was issued, but records show that Snyder is not in custody.

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