BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) - A suspicious milk jug bearing a note that prompted the evacuation of Beavercreek High School Monday was a prank, Beavercreek Police announced Tuesday.
The school was evacuated around 1:15 p.m. when the note was discovered.
Police said the jug had a "threatening handwritten note" and spoiled milk inside of it that caused the jug to expand.
"The incident was the result of a prank from one student to another and was not intended for the entire student body," said Captain Jeff Fiorita. "Several students came forward and admitted their involvement Monday evening."
Police are now forwarding the case to the Greene County Juvenile Prosecutor for review. The prosecutor will determine charges, if any, on those responsible for the incident.
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