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Like most all schools, Lake Minneola High School in Lake County is assigned a school resource officer, and guns are not allowed on campus. But short of metal detectors and backpack searches, those policies are not failproof. As soon as they started getting calls and texts from their children, dozens of parents headed for Lake Minneola High School, only to be kept back by the school lockdown.
Hope this story I did will help keep you safe! After a cell phone app helped save a woman from an alleged kidnapper in Brevard County last week, I take a look at some of the better safety apps out there. https://t.co/vjyD2OvjNO
St. Cloud resident, Justin Mitchell heard gunshots early this morning and looked out to see an officer firing at a fleeing suspect. A bullet hit his home feet from where he sat. His story tonight on @WESH 10 PM and after NFL game. https://t.co/dFobfJgaTk
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