Solano Community College campuses have been cleared by law enforcement officers after bomb threats prompted evacuations and cancellation of classes Monday afternoon.
The Solano County Sheriff's Office announced about 5:15 p.m. that it had completed searches of the college's Fairfiled, Vacaville and Vallejo campuses, using K9 teams, and determined that all were safe.
College administrators ordered the campuses evacuated as a precaution after receiving two anonymous phone calls indicating bombs had been placed on the campuses.
The first call was received by a college staff member about 12:05 p.m. from a male who said there were bombs on the three campuses, according to a Solano County Sheriff's Office Facebook post. About three minutes later, another staff member received a call from an unknown female caller who made the same vague threats.
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Law enforcement officers spent the afternoon searching the campuses.
The remainder of Monday's classes, including night classes, were canceled, according to a Solano Community College Facebook post. The campuses are scheduled to reopen Tuesday.