Texas State University Bomb Threat
October 18, 2012 by staff
Texas State University Bomb Threat, Authorities haven’t identified any suspects behind the bomb threat Texas State University received this morning, but university police are following up on several leads, university spokesman Jayme Blaschke said. An admissions counselor who works from home in the Houston area initially received the threat via email around 7:20 a.m. this morning, Blaschke said. She forwarded it to her supervisors, who then forwarded it to university police, he said.
Blaschke explained that Texas State has admissions counselors that work off campus in various regions in the state.
Officials wouldn’t comment on whether the emailed threat, which targeted the admissions building on the university’s campus in San Marcos, detailed a motive.
Blaschke said that though authorities know the email address the threat was sent from, whether it actually originated from that account is questionable.
The investigation is ongoing, he said.
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