UPDATE: Monroe County Courthouse Reopens after Threat

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STROUDSBURG, Pa. -- The Monroe County Courthouse in Stroudsburg has reopened after threats.

Crews cleared out the courthouse before noon Monday after reports of a threat, according to county officials.

Officials said nothing was found and people were allowed back inside.

Several streets in the area were blocked off. They have been reopened.

The Luzerne County Courthouse was also evacuated Monday morning.

Developing story; check back for updates.

1 Comment

  • Fredric Underhill

    “Two for” in bomb threats are always interesting. It also smacks of simultaneous drills or maybe jailbreaks.

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