Grenade Found In School Parking Lot In Lawrenceburg

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Updated: 6/17/2013 7:32 pm
State Police said a staff member at the Phoenix Academy in Lawrenceburg made a startling discovery in the school's parking lot Monday afternoon, a grenade!

The KSP Hazardous Devices Unit was called-in.  The Unit Technicians rendered the grenade as safe.

State Police said no children were in the school at the time.

No one was hurt.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call KSP Detective Ben Wolcott at the KSP Frankfort Post at 502-227-2221.  Callers can remain anonymous.
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