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Haywood County Sheriff’s Office detectives investigated a threat of harm that was made Thursday afternoon that led to a lockdown at the Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency.

Thursday afternoon, the Haywood County Sheriff’s Office received information that an individual called the district attorney’s office and claimed to be in the area of Lakeside Plaza on Paragon Parkway in Haywood County. This individual made a threat of harm in the phone call.

Several law enforcement agencies responded to the plaza, HHSA went into lockdown while law enforcement alerted businesses in the plaza of the threat. Approximately one hour later, the scene was cleared.

The suspect in this incident was arrested at approximately 5:10 pm. Further details will be released as they become available.

Haywood County Sheriff’s Office detectives investigated a threat of harm that was made Thursday afternoon that led to a lockdown at the Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency.

Thursday afternoon, the Haywood County Sheriff’s Office received information that an individual called the district attorney’s office and claimed to be in the area of Lakeside Plaza on Paragon Parkway in Haywood County. This individual made a threat of harm in the phone call.

Several law enforcement agencies responded to the plaza, HHSA went into lockdown while law enforcement alerted businesses in the plaza of the threat. Approximately one hour later, the scene was cleared.

The suspect in this incident was arrested at approximately 5:10 pm. Further details will be released as they become available.

Haywood County Sheriff’s Office detectives investigated a threat of harm that was made Thursday afternoon that led to a lockdown at the Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency.

Thursday afternoon, the Haywood County Sheriff’s Office received information that an individual called the district attorney’s office and claimed to be in the area of Lakeside Plaza on Paragon Parkway in Haywood County. This individual made a threat of harm in the phone call.

Several law enforcement agencies responded to the plaza, HHSA went into lockdown while law enforcement alerted businesses in the plaza of the threat. Approximately one hour later, the scene was cleared.

The suspect in this incident was arrested at approximately 5:10 pm. Further details will be released as they become available.

Haywood County Sheriff’s Office detectives investigated a threat of harm that was made Thursday afternoon that led to a lockdown at the Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency.

Thursday afternoon, the Haywood County Sheriff’s Office received information that an individual called the district attorney’s office and claimed to be in the area of Lakeside Plaza on Paragon Parkway in Haywood County. This individual made a threat of harm in the phone call.

Several law enforcement agencies responded to the plaza, HHSA went into lockdown while law enforcement alerted businesses in the plaza of the threat. Approximately one hour later, the scene was cleared.

The suspect in this incident was arrested at approximately 5:10 pm. Further details will be released as they become available.

Haywood County Sheriff’s Office detectives investigated a threat of harm that was made Thursday afternoon that led to a lockdown at the Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency.

Thursday afternoon, the Haywood County Sheriff’s Office received information that an individual called the district attorney’s office and claimed to be in the area of Lakeside Plaza on Paragon Parkway in Haywood County. This individual made a threat of harm in the phone call.

Several law enforcement agencies responded to the plaza, HHSA went into lockdown while law enforcement alerted businesses in the plaza of the threat. Approximately one hour later, the scene was cleared.

The suspect in this incident was arrested at approximately 5:10 pm. Further details will be released as they become available.

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This 1st day of June, 2020.

Tracy L. Wells, Clerk to the Board

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