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Dededo school forced into lockdown after police raid

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A police raid forced a local middle school to go on lockdown Thursday morning.

A lockdown procedure was initiated at Astumbo Middle School at approximately 8:45 a.m., according to Guam Department of Education spokesperson Isa Baza.

The lockdown procedure was done out of an abundance of caution and in response the raid happening near the school, she said.

Police have yet to provide details of the raid.

School administration worked with the Guam Police Department to ensure it was safe before the all clear was given at 9 a.m.

The same campus was placed on lockdown last week Thursday after at least ten students were involved in a riot.

No injuries were reported following that incident.

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