Police say they were talking to a 14-year-old boy isolated inside a Toledo high school after reports that there was a student with a gun.
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TOLEDO, Ohio - Police say they were talking to a 14-year-old boy isolated inside a Toledo high school after reports that there was a student with a gun.
SWAT team officers were called and the school was locked down after reports Monday morning of someone with a gun at Scott High School.
Police said no shots were fired and no one was hurt. Officers isolated the boy in a hallway. Police said they saw what appeared to be the handle of a handgun.
Students were evacuated and the boy is not believed to have threatened anyone.