ROCHESTER, Vt. – A suspicious device that was since deemed inactive, caused quite the scare at Rochester Elementary School in Vermont.
Administrators say there weren’t any threats reported.
State Police say they got a call from the principal Thursday, that a student had a device that looked like a hand grenade. It was taken out of the building and put on the sidewalk, while students were moved to a different section of the school.
When the Vermont State Police Bomb Squad arrived, they determined it was a training grenade and was inert.
No charges were filed.