West Allis Officials Meet to Discuss Bomb Threats
School investigators along with West Allis police are trying to find out who is responsible for a series of bomb threat at West Allis Central High School.
The school received three threats this week alone bringing the total to four over the past month and a half.
All is quiet on campus today we have seen a few teachers in and out of the building.
The mayor along with school district officials and investigators from the West Allis Police Department met Thursday afternoon.
They're talking about the current situation. They're trying to figure out how to stop these threats.
They want to know who is actually responsible
And they want people to know how serious this is.
That's why the mayor said they are issuing a $2000 reward for any information leading to an arrest.
They said the threats need to come to an end it is beyond disrupting to students and this community.
They said it's draining emergency resources and it's also costing tax-payers money.
School is scheduled to resume tomorrow as planned.
And tonight's WIAA basketball tournament is still going to go on as scheduled.