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Mon December 5, 2011
2 schools in Traverse City locked down
Update 1:53 p.m.
Police in the Traverse City area have located the person described as suicidal.
From the Grand Traverse Sheriff's Office:
Grand Traverse Sheriff's deputies located Shahbaht Anderson at a residence in Grawn. The shotgun was also located at the residence. Deputies took Anderson into custody without incident on a warrant out of Leelanau County on an unrelated charge. Anderson will be lodged at the Leelanau County jail.
The Grand Traverse Sheriff's Department is continuing their investigation into the incident which occurred in Blair Township and will forward the report to the Grand Traverse County Prosecutor's Office for review when completed.
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) - Two schools in Traverse City are locked down as police look for a person described as suicidal.
The Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Department says the person was in the area of Blair Elementary School on Monday morning. The department says there's no direct link between the person and the
But as a precaution, officials moved Blair Elementary's students and staff to Traverse City East and West Middle Schools.
In a phone message to parents, school officials say Blair and Traverse City West are locked down.
*Clarification - The Associated Press reports the police say "there's no direct link between the person and the school." But Peter Payette of Interlochen Public Radio reports that "school officials say the man was related to a student at the middle school. "