Bomb threat evacuates JeffCo Courts and Administrative building

JCSO says threat directed at court

Deborah Grigsby
dgrigsby@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 5/13/22

The Jefferson County Courts and Administrative building was evacuated earlier this afternoon due to a bomb threat, according to a tweet from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.

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Bomb threat evacuates JeffCo Courts and Administrative building

JCSO says threat directed at court

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A bomb threat evacuated the Jefferson County Courthouse and Administration building today.

According to a social media post from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, the threat came in through the dispatch center.

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Jacki Kelley said the threat was a "non-descript threat directed at the court."

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office conducted a thorough search with bomp experts and bomb dogs.

The evacuation order was lifted as of approximately 2:20 p.m.

JCSO will continue the investigation in hopes of identifying those responsible.

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