Macomb County Circuit Court Evacuated Due to Bomb Threat May 9 2011


Macomb County Circuit Court which is located in Mt. Clemens was evacuated on the afternoon of May 9, 2011 after a report of a bomb in the building was called into the clerk’s office

The caller claimed that there was a bomb in the building and indicated that everyone should get out of the courthouse. After searching the building, the Macomb County Sheriff reported that no bomb has been found. The building remains evacuated until it is cleared by bomb-sniffing dogs from the sheriff’s office and Michigan State Police.

Law enforcement is now working to identify the caller.

False report of a bomb is a felony, punishable by a maximum of 4 years in prison and up to a $2,000.00 fine plus costs.

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