Kalkaska County court and administrative buildings, along with the sheriff’s office administrative services are closed because of a bomb threat.
The Kalkaska County sheriff says that Monday around 11:48 a.m., the Kalkaska County Clerk’s Office received a voicemail claiming there was going to be a bomb in the courthouse.
The buildings were immediately evacuated.
Around 3:15 Monday afternoon, a Michigan State Police bomb dog finished clearing the building.
The sheriff says no devices were found that would support the bomb threat.
Administrative offices and court services will resume normal activity Tuesday at 8 a.m.
The bomb threat is still under investigation.