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May 13, 2014 8:25 PM

Miami Springs High students emerge from four-hour lockdown for gunman threat

Students at Miami Springs High spent about four hours Tuesday in lockdown as police tried to coax an armed man out of his home across the street from the school. The standoff ended with police bringing the man, identified as William Deno, out in handcuffs at about the same time students were being dismissed on the other side of the school.

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