Oklahoma high school lockdown lifted

Published: November 15, 2013
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COLLINSVILLE (AP) — Authorities say a lockdown has been lifted at Collinsville High School after police arrested a man suspected in a “domestic situation” in Rogers County.

Tulsa television station KTUL reports that the high school was locked down Friday morning as a precaution as police searched for a man in the county who reportedly had a gun.

The lockdown lasted about 30 minutes, and classes resumed after school officials learned the suspect had been apprehended.

Police say no threats were made against the school.


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