NFA Goes On Lockdown After Threat

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Security personnel at NFA were made aware of a possible threat from a student. The school was placed on lockdown as Norwich Police responded. Officers and NFA security located the alleged suspect and is currently investigating the incident to determine if criminal charges are going to be filed.
The lockdown was lifted at 11:15 according to Norwich Police and officers will remain at the school pending the conclusion of their investigation.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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