The United States Naval Academy closed all gates to inbound traffic after receiving multiple reports of bomb threats and suspicious packages on Saturday, according to authorities.
Naval Support Activity Annapolis security and other law enforcement officials investigated what officials described in a social media post as “an emergency situation.”
Visitors and personnel were asked to avoid the area as the threats were being investigated.
The situation was resolved after “all affected areas were cleared by the City of Annapolis Fire and Explosive Services Unit,” United States Naval Academy Public Affairs Officer Cdr. Ashley Hockycko told WJZ.
“All affected areas have been cleared,” the Annapolis Office of Emergency Management said on its Facebook page. “There is no active threat at this time, and all gates are open and the installation has returned to normal operating conditions.”
Source: CBS News