FERRIDAY, La. (KNOE) - On Tuesday, first responders rushed to Ferriday High School and Ferriday Lower Elementary in Concordia Parish. Deputies with the Concordia Parish Sheriff's Office said the schools received bomb threats via social media.
According to deputies, they received a call just after 8 a.m. They say the threat was written on Facebook, stating that the bombs would go off at 9:15 a.m.
Lamontral Sandidge is a parent who said he feared for the safety of his children
"That kind of worried me because I have kids up there, so I was wondering if it was true," he said. "We really haven't had a serious bomb threat, but I think we should start looking at it a little more seriously, because you never know, with these kids and some of the stuff that's going on around here these days."
Sheriff Kenneth Hedrick said the person responsible for making the threat could face up to 15 years as well as a $15,000 fine.
If you have any information get in touch with the Ferriday Police Department.