Possible Bomb Scare At Holmdel School

From the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office:


Holmdel – St. John Vianney High School has been evacuated due to a possible bomb threat. The school has been safely evacuated. All students and personnel are safe.

MOCERT is currently conducting a room to room search of the building. Once this completed the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office’s K-9 Unit along with other law enforcement K-9s will search the building for possible explosives.

Please keep clear of Line Road and the surrounding area in Howell, in order for law enforcement officers to perform their job.
Parents can pick-up their kids at St. Benedict’s School. Buses will be divert to that location.

Posted: January 15th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Holmdel, Monmouth County, Monmouth County Sheriff's Office | Tags: , , , | 5 Comments »

5 Comments on “Possible Bomb Scare At Holmdel School”

  1. Police Dogs, part of the Police State said at 4:44 pm on January 15th, 2014:


    In 2010, a team of researchers at the University of California, Davis set out to test the reliability of drug- and bomb-sniffing dogs.
    The team assembled 18 police dogs and their handlers and gave them a routine task: go through a room and sniff out the drugs and explosives.
    But there was a twist. The room was clean. No drugs, no explosives.
    In order to pass the test, the handlers and their dogs had to go through the room and detect nothing.
    But of 144 runs, that happened only 21 times, for a failure rate of 85 percent.

  2. Dirty Dogs said at 4:47 pm on January 15th, 2014:


    In a case eerily similar to David Eckert’s humiliating ordeal at the hands of cops in Deming, New Mexico, a federal lawsuit charges U.S. Border Patrol agents with subjecting a U.S. citizen to six hours of degrading and fruitless body cavity searches based on an alleged alert by a drug-sniffing dog.

  3. The Talking Dog said at 4:50 pm on January 15th, 2014:

    Here pooch, repeat after me:

    “On my honor, I will never betray my badge, my integrity, my character or the public trust. I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always uphold the Constitution, my community, and the agency I serve.”

    Never happened, yet those animals are [supposed] to be treated by the public and legal system as police officers.

  4. David Eckert said at 4:59 pm on January 15th, 2014:


    How is it possible that a motorist pulled over for a rolling stop could end up being forcibly subjected to two X-rays, two digital probes of his anus, three enemas, and a colonoscopy, none of which discovered the slightest trace of the drugs that police claim to have thought he was hiding inside himself?

  5. We need to send a clear message: said at 9:58 pm on January 16th, 2014:

    Zero tolerance- for those who waste our resources to chase their selfish attention- getting fetish.. I want to see us admitting we need and providing our schools with metal detectors, more sophisticated phone systems,and computers tracing calls and emails,more security cameras, yes, more security folks walking halls, and the other piece: much harsher punishments for those who place our kids and the staffs in harm’s way! Terroristic behavior has to be put down, and be made to be not cool, not funny, and not to be on u- tube for entertainment!