A bomb threat scrawled on a wall at Crestwood High School resulted in an early winter break for students.
Portage County Sheriff David Doak said a message was written on a wall in a boy's restroom "in the form of a bomb threat." He would not elaborate on what exactly the message said, but reported that it was found Friday morning.
Students were evacuated by bus to the district's elementary buildings while the school was swept by authorities. From there, the students are being released to their parents.
This is the district's last day of classes before the winter break begins.
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