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Arrest made following break-in at Lawton's Central Middle School

Lawton- A late night break-in at Central Middle School in Lawton ended with an arrest.

It happened around 11 p.m. Monday night. Police say janitors were working inside the building when they heard a noise that sounded like glass breaking. They went to check it out and startled a person who then took off running. The janitors called police. We're told officers found the suspect on the other side of Fort Sill Boulevard. They say he's a juvenile. Police took him into custody.

It's not clear if anything was taken from the school or if it was damaged.

 

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