Crime Deputies searching for 911 caller who triggered panic at three schools

01:00  13 february  2020
01:00  13 february  2020 Source:   wtsp.com

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Panic 911 (also stylized as PANIC 9-1-1) is an American documentary television series that airs on A&E and debuted on November 29, 2012.

The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office is investigating what deputies initially believed was a report of shots fired at a middle school.

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As of 3 p.m., there were no reported injuries, and no gun has been found.

The incident began Wednesday afternoon at Barrington Middle School. Deputies are searching each building as a precaution.

The campus was placed on lockdown, along with Stowers Elementary School and Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy across the street.

Lockdowns have been lifted at those buildings. Barrington Middle School and Stowers Elementary School are both on a controlled release. Buses are running like normal.

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911 caller : I shot two them; one is still talking. Affidavit: Woman who drove getaway car planned burglary. The caller doesn't sound panicked , and waits for the operator to ask him questions. Wagoner County Chief Deputy Les Young said a deputy arrived two minutes after the 911 call was

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Deputies say all students are safe, and no threat has been found.

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Concerned parents were initially told by law enforcement to go to the Publix Super Market at Alafia Commons, which is located on Circa Fishhawk Boulevard. School leaders have since advised parents should go to their children's campuses to retrieve their children, instead.

"You just never know. In this day of age, you just never know." Luis Calderon told 10News. He became emotional while picking up his child.

"You just never when’s the last time that you could kiss your kid goodbye in the morning. And it’s scary in the times that we live."

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In October Reason covered the story of Justin M. Johnson, a deputy in Sevier County, Tennessee, whose bodycam caught him firing wildly and without warning at an unarmed man who had been filming him. The man doing the filming has since been charged with assault for causing the deputy 's panic .

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This is a developing story. Stay with 10News for updates.

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