NASHVILLE, Ind. (Brown County Democrat) - Brown County High School students were searched Thursday after finding "Boom 4-5-2012" sprayed in a bathroom, 24-Hour News 8 news partner the Brown County Democrat reports.
On Wednesday students notified high school staff and letters were sent home explaining the situation to parents.
Brown County Schools Superintendent David Shaffer says he didn't deem the threat to be credible and didn't want to give the students responsible any attention. Schaffer acknowledges that school security has to be taken seriously in 2012.
Three similar incidents happened in 2011; two graffiti threats were found in boys' bathrooms and one was found at the local junior high.
Police were searching for suspects early Saturday morning in connection to a burglary that occurred on the city's north side.
Governor Mike Pence is directing flags at Indiana state facilities be flown at half-staff on Saturday, Dec. 7 in honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
Indiana University faculty are expressing concern over legislative requirements that colleges develop road maps to degree completion and create common curricula and standards to make general education classes transferable.