San Bernardino County employees are on edge since the Dec. 2 massacre that saw one of their own, along with his wife, murder 14 and injure 22 at a county Christmas party. Although earlier this week members of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors and Chief Executive Officer Greg Devereaux advised the media that the county was stepping up security services, employees say the lack of communication and coordination calls into question county officials’ commitment to safety and security.
Today, a suspicious package was discovered outside the Transition Assistance Department (TAD) on Fourth Street in San Bernardino. That facility is 2.4 miles from the site of the massacre and just around the corner from where the FBI is conducting a search of Seccombe Lake in connection with the massacre. The assailants are known to have been in the area around the time of the massacre.
Employees in the building found out about the package via email. The email read in totality as follows:
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