FBI Investigating School Threat that left All Schools lockdown In Trenton


Trenton, N.J. (PBN): At Noon Monday September 11th , the Trenton Police Department was notified that the Trenton School board received an Untraceable email threat, which caused all Trenton schools to shelter in place/lockdown. The police department took all necessary precautions. FBI was notified to track down where the threat originated. The particular email threat was received by school boards/officials throughout the state and was believed to be a nationwide swatting event. Police stated 

The district released students on schedule in a modified way. Bus-riding students were held in the building until their bus arrived.

Car riders were asked to remain in the building until their ride has arrived at the front of the school or designated pick-up location.

Trenton Police , school security, and administrators were present at dismissal for those walking home.

Trenton Fire houses 9.11 Promise Runners eighth Year

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Trenton, N.J. (PBN)  The runners for the 9.11 Promise run entered Trenton Sunday evening with at least 50 runners and support staff. They made it to Trenton Fire headquarters with welcoming arms. Battalion Chief Dave Smolka said the Trenton Fire Department has housed the runners for the past eight years with permission from the city and Fire director. Trenton Fire Department local FMBA 6 & 206 provides the runners with food, and Signal 22 provides the runners with drinks each year. 

The 9.11 Promise is a journey of remembrance and honor while also providing an opportunity to help the children of those who have sacrificed for our communities and country. The journey begins at the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial, and individuals will have a choice to run to Ground Zero or to bike to Shanksville, PA.