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Bomb squad responds to northeast El Paso, determined threat ‘not credible’

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Police responded to a bomb threat along the 4400 block of Dyer. They say the threat proved not to be credible.

EL PASO, Texas – A bomb threat was phoned in to a northeast El Paso business, but the subsequent investigation has determined it not to be credible, a police spokesman said.

Police were called out a business along the 4400 block of Dyer Sunday morning and a wide part of Dyer was cordoned off by police.

A police spokesman said the threat “turned out to be nothing” and he was expecting the scene to clear shortly.

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David Burge

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  1. All I know about that area is streets naned after dead presidents and a young fort Bliss soldier was shot dead on Truman at a house party October 2019. Another October house party murder as i mention earlier in the article on shooting last night on Village Apartment Fairbanks actually is Northeast

  2. Guess again Republican.I can indeed read. In fact I am rereading a EPCC college textbook from Spring semester T-Th 6pm 1998 called ‘An Introduction To Mass Communications’. Where my instructor was KVIA-7’s humble & hilarious General Manager Mr Kevin Lovell 😎

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