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Crime Police: Student arrested after report of firearm prompted lockdown at Waukesha North HS

23:35  02 december  2019
23:35  02 december  2019 Source:   fox6now.com

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The police have to follow strict rules if you're arrested , questioned or charged with a crime - you can get legal advice at a police station. If you’re arrested , you’ll usually be taken to a police station, held in custody in a cell and then questioned.

WAUKESHA — A lockdown at Waukesha North High School was lifted Monday afternoon, Dec. 2 — and a student was arrested.

Police said there was a report of a student possessing a firearm at North High School. The school was searched during the lockdown. A student was located in a residence in the City of Waukesha — and was taken into custody.

There was a report of a student possessing a firearm at north high school. The school was placed on lockdown and searched. The student was located in a residence in the City of Waukesha and was subsequently taken into custody, more information at a later time

— WaukeshaPD (@WaukeshaPD) December 2, 2019

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