Several Oklahoma courthouses were evacuated Wednesday morning due to threats, according to authorities.
According to a spokesperson for the Cleveland County Sheriff's office, the court clerk received a call about a potential threat. The Cleveland County Courthouse was then evacuated just before 9:30 a.m.
Authorities checked the building and determined that it's secure. The investigation is ongoing into the threat. But people are allowed to go back into the building.
Meanwhile, authorities confirmed with News 9 that the Grady County Courthouse was also evacuated due to a threat.
The all-clear has been given at the Grady County Courthouse and people are allowed to go back inside.
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