TULLAHOMA, TN (WSMV) - Neighbors evacuated Saturday afternoon after an anonymous bomb threat was called into emergency dispatchers, have returned to their homes in their subdivision, police said.
According to a Tullahoma Police spokesman, the call was received in the 911 center at about 4 p.m.
The anonymous caller said a bomb was under a home in Jennings Point subdivision.
Police said a person at the home reported to authorities that he had a device with a trigger on it, and that if he moved, he might make the device explode.
As a precautionary measure, police evacuated the 90 homes in the neighborhood and moved the evacuees to Grace Baptist Church about a mile away.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol's bomb squad investigated the report of the bomb, and found no device.
The person who reported he might be on a triggered device was taken to Tennova Harton Hospital.