June 15, 2018 – Lomira, WI- In response to the earlier threat received at Quad Graphics in Lomira, a coordinated effort between all agencies involved took place.
The building has been searched with multiple explosive detection K9 Teams. No explosives were located during the search.
Employees have been allowed to return to work.
The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office will continue to investigate the source threats made against the facility and no further information will be available at this time pending the investigation.
The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by Dodge County Emergency Management, Theresa PD, Mayville PD, Horicon PD, Juneau PD, WI State Patrol, Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office, Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office, Brown County Sheriff’s Office, City of Milwaukee PD,Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Brownsville Fire and First Responders, Knowles Fire, Lomira Fire, Mayville EMS,Brownsville/Knowles Fire Auxiliary, and Dodge County Emergency Response Team (DCERT).
Questions can be directed to Sheriff Dale Schmidt
The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office along with assistance from multiple other law enforcement agencies is responding to a bomb threat that occurred at Quad Graphics located at N11896 STH 175 in the Township of Lomira. At 9:14 pm an employee reported finding a note that referred to a bomb in the building. At this time local responders are evacuating the building while the investigation continues.
There are no reports of injuries or explosions at this time. Employees that are coming to work are not being allowed into the building. Railroad traffic is not affected at this time.