Bomb threats were received at 29 county courthouses across the state of Tennessee today.
The Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security confirms it is ‘monitoring the situation and assisting local law enforcement agencies as needed.”
A series of bomb threats, possibly from the same person caused delays and frustration in downtown Memphis Tuesday morning.
Memphis Police confirm threats were received by the Post Office, Federal Building and Criminal Justice Center.
Police say all the threats were called in by a woman.
All sites were searched, no devices were found.
A list of current counties that have received threats includes:
As of 2 p.m., the following county buildings have been searched by local law enforcement, which found no explosive devices: