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Kingston, N.H.

Man charged after N.H. school lockdown

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A former student at Sanborn Regional High School in New Hampshire has been charged with disorderly conduct and criminal threatening after the school was put under lockdown last month. Timothy Soucy, 18, of Kingston, was arraigned Monday on charges of disorderly conduct and criminal threatening. It was not immediately known whether he had a lawyer. The high school was put into lockdown on Sept. 30 when students reported seeing Soucy outside with a gun. No one was hurt. Police later found Soucy in Danville. (AP)

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