Crenshaw County Schools announce make-up days after threat cancels class

Crenshaw County Schools announce make-up days after threat cancels class

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Crenshaw County School System has announced two November make-up days for students after an unspecified threat canceled classes.

According to the school system, the makeup days will be Nov. 20 and Nov. 21.

The school system canceled classes for two days in October due to an unspecified threat. The post says the school system was notified of a potential threat to a school, while the school was not specified.

As for the Crenshaw County threat itself, Sheriff Mickey Powell says the investigation is still ongoing. They do have a person of interest, a juvenile, but they have not been charged.

According to the sheriff, it's a very complicated case with ongoing computer forensic analysis. When the FBI was originally notified about the threat, the notification came from Japan. A screenshot was taken and it traced back to an IP address in Tokyo.

"That's just how widespread this has gotten. It's not just here local," Powell said. The FBI continues to provide assistance.?

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