Leesville Road Middle School and High School students, teachers and administrators crowd the road outside the schools near two police cars during a bomb threat and evacuation on April 25, 2007. Students could now be billed by the Wake County school system if their threats lead to evacuations.
Leesville Road Middle School and High School students, teachers and administrators crowd the road outside the schools near two police cars during a bomb threat and evacuation on April 25, 2007. Students could now be billed by the Wake County school system if their threats lead to evacuations. TED RICHARDSON News & Observer file photo
Leesville Road Middle School and High School students, teachers and administrators crowd the road outside the schools near two police cars during a bomb threat and evacuation on April 25, 2007. Students could now be billed by the Wake County school system if their threats lead to evacuations. TED RICHARDSON News & Observer file photo
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