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Student's suspicions led to lockdown at 2 Fayetteville schools; no threat found

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Two Fayetteville schools went on a brief lockdown Friday morning. This happened around 9:15 a.m. at Seventy First Classical and Seventy-First High School. During the lockdown, deputies say some students told their parents what was happening. This led to several 911 calls about a possible shooter.
Published 4 months ago · Fayetteville, United States

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