Fake Grenade Prompts Glendale School Scare – QNS.com

Fake Grenade Prompts Glendale School Scare

Students at a Glendale school got an explosive scare last Thursday morning, June 12, after someone found an inert grenade inside the campus, forcing the school’s evacuation, according to police.

The incident reportedly occurred at about 11:29 a.m. last Thursday at P.S. 91, located at 68-10 Central Ave .

Law enforcement sources stated an MK II novelty grenade was found in a box near the reception desk. As a precaution, the school was reportedly evacuated after administrators spotted the device.

Police said the students were safely escorted to nearby St. Pancras School, located a block away at the corner of Myrtle Avenue and 68th Street.

Officers from the 104th Precinct responded to the scene along with the NYPD Emergency Services Unit and the Bomb Squad.

After determining the device was inert, authorities noted, the displaced students were allowed to return.

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