LIVINGSTON, NJ — Following a report from Breaking News Network (BNN) that Livingston police and fire departments were on scene of a potential bomb threat at Livingston High School on Thursday afternoon, school authorities confirmed that that there was threatening graffiti discovered within the building, but nothing insinuating a bomb threat.
According to Superintendent of Schools Christina Steffner, the school was evacuated according to protocol until it was deemed safe to reenter the building.
There is no other information at this time. More information will be provided as it becomes available and is confirmed by authorities.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This story has been updated to include information directly from Livingston Public Schools regarding this incident. Information received from BNN, including a report that there was a bomb squad called to the scene, has been removed.