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Off-duty officer with gun causes lockdown at Toledo Christian Schools

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Toledo Christian Schools have lifted a lockdown after someone reported seeing a person with a gun nearby.  Toledo police gave the all clear around 9:00am Thursday.  Officers say a search turned up no threat inside the school.

Authorities say the report turned out to be an off-duty police officer from another jurisdiction wearing a holstered gun.  The weapon was visible while the officer dropped a student off at the school.
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