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    Second Skowhegan school threat - Staff Photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    SAD 54 School Resource Officer David Daigneault, center, leads a Skowhegan Area High School student in handcuffs following arrests of detention of three students on Thursday. Another student is placed in a cruiser in the background. The action followed threats to the school that resulted in a lock-out earlier in the day.

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    Allyson Mantor talks outside Skowhegan Area High School after she picked up her son on Thursday. The school was in lock-out status following threats. Three students were later arrested in the incident.

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    Second Skowhegan school threat - Staff Photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    SAD 54 Superintendent Brent Colbry discusses the multiple threats that have been made to the Skowhegan school system on Thursday. Three students were arrested at the high school in connection with the threats.

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    Second Skowhegan school threat - Staff Photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    SAD 54 School Resource Officer David Daigneault speaks with parents as students exit the Skowhegan Area High School during a lock-out following a threat made on Thursday. It was the second threat in a week. Students were allowed to leave the school but no one could enter.

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    Second Skowhegan school threat - Staff photo by Doug Harlow | of | Share this photo

    School officials in School Administrative District 54 sent a message just after 9:30 a.m. today to all district parents saying that all the schools are on "lock out," meaning no one can get in without authorization.

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