Law enforcement have identified a suspect with the bomb threat in Creighton on Wednesday afternoon.
According to the Creighton Police Department, charges will be filed against the individual, who has not been publicly identified. It's also unclear if an arrest has been made at this time.
At around 2:20 p.m. on Wednesday, Creighton Public School administration notified the police department of a bomb threat a phone call had been received regarding a threat.
"The threat was fairly generic but warranted action," the department stated.
Creighton Community School immediately evacuated all staff and students to Faith, Hope, and Love Church, which was used as a reunification site for students and parents. All staff and students were clear of the building in minutes, according to police.
The building was cleared by law enforcement personnel with the assistance of the three janitorial personnel, as well as, Nebraska State Patrol K9.
St. Ludger's was also notified of the potential threat. Although the call was received at the public school, a specific school wasn’t stated. St. Ludger's then evacuated students and staff to the Creighton Fire Department and was also cleared by law enforcement personnel and Nebraska State Patrol K9.
Multiple agencies assisted with evacuation, including the Creighton Fire Department in blocking road and unification of the students and their parents, as well as the Knox County Sheriff Department, Boyd County Sheriff Department, Dixon County Sheriff Department, Niobrara Police, Verdigre Police and Nebraska State Patrol.