HIlton Schools Receive 2nd Bomb Threat in 3 Days

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office says they believe the two emailed threats in the past 3 days to Hilton schools are automated emails, with possible connection to other similar emails received throughout the country.

The district says it came from the same IP address as the threat on Wednesday, but this time mentioned Molotov cocktails.

Sheriff's Captain Pat Rojas says they don't believe the threat came from a local source.

Meantime, Superintendent Casey Kosiorek says the district's LGBTQ students are feeling the brunt of these threats.

Classes at all schools resumed just before noon when the bomb sweep was completed, and all afterschool activities are on as scheduled.

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