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UPDATE: Police provide extra security to Cache Public Schools after lockdown

Cache Public Schools have been placed on lockdown after a domestic altercation in Lawton.
Cache Public Schools have been placed on lockdown after a domestic altercation in Lawton.
Published: Aug. 31, 2021 at 9:32 AM CDT
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CACHE, Okla. (KSWO) - Police are looking for a man who caused Cache Public Schools to go on lockdown Tuesday.

According to police, they are looking for Antonio McCray after he hit someone with a pistol. Police said that happened in Lawton, but it sparked a threat against students attending Cache Public schools.

Antonio McCray
Antonio McCray(Comanche County Detention Center)

Cache police are providing extra security by escorting school buses to their stops and teachers will help with loading and unloading buses.

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ORIGINAL STORY: Cache Public Schools have been placed on lockdown after a domestic altercation in Lawton.

According to Superintendent Chad Hance, the domestic situation occurred earlier Tuesday morning in Lawton and led to a threat against the family’s children who attend Cache.

Hance says the school system is acting with extra caution in this situation.

He also says people should be on the lookout for a white Scion with a Comanche Nation license plate. If you see a vehicle matching that description, contact local authorities.

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