Second Threat This Week Draws Police to Tuscaloosa’s Bryant High School Friday
Police were back at Tuscaloosa's Bryant High School Friday morning after someone threatened the facility for the second time this week.
In a Friday afternoon release, TPD spokeswoman Stephanie Taylor said the incident occurred shortly after 9 a.m.
Taylor said officers investigated the incident and determined there was no danger to the school.
This incident marks the second threat to schools in the Tuscaloosa City Schools system this week, after a student prank-called a threat to Eastwood Middle School on Tuesday. Bryant High School and Eastwood were both placed on lockdown following the initial incident.
TCS spokesperson Lydia Avant confirmed to the Tuscaloosa Thread that the incident was not related to the first threat.
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