Another scare at Commack High School

A note was found yesterday at Commack High School that said "evacuate the school."

Police were called in and did a sweep of the school. Nothing suspicious was found and the principal decided not to evacuate.

During the investigation, police found a swastika scribbled on a bathroom wall. Cops say it is not considered a hate crime because there wasn't an intended target.

This latest scare comes one day after a threatening letter was found at the same school.

Students were evacuated yesterday after someone found a letter in a bathroom that read: "C-H-S Prepare to Die."

Security did a sweep of the school and found nothing unusual. However, the high school was on lockdown today and security was stepped up.

Threatening letter puts Commack H.S. on lockdown

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