Schools In Ridgefield, Conn., Are On Lockdown While Police Search For A Reportedly Armed Man
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Schools In Ridgefield, Conn., Are On Lockdown While Police Search For A Reportedly Armed Man

Ridgefield : CT : USA | Dec 17, 2012 at 6:59 AM PST
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Branchville train station Schools in Ridgefield, Conn., are on lockdown Monday morning while police search the area for a man with a rifle. A man with a weapon was reported near the Branchville train station, the Stamford Advocate reported Monday morning. FULL ARTICLE AT BusinessInsider
 
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