GARDEN GROVE, Calif. — Authorities in Orange County have arrested a man suspected of firing shots in the air, triggering modified lockdowns of five Garden Grove schools.
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School district officials say the lockdowns were lifted around 10:15 a.m. Thursday after the suspect was taken into custody in a neighborhood near Alamitos Intermediate School. His name was not released.
Police Lt. Bob Bogue says the investigation focused on a home after someone reported hearing shots fired around 7:45 a.m.
Officials say there was no threat to students and the lockdowns were ordered out of an abundance of caution. No injuries are reported.
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The schools affected were Alamitos Intermediate, Lawrence Elementary, Stanford Elementary, Zeyen Elementary and Faylane Elementary.
A modified lockdown means students can move freely inside the schools but are not allowed outside.