Modified lockdown lifted at Norwin School District, SWAT situation ends with suspect in custody

Norwin School District on modified lockdown, some schools closed due to ‘community threat’

NORTH HUNTINGDON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Norwin School District has lifted a modified lockdown after a SWAT situation ended in North Huntingdon Township with the suspect being taken into custody.

Police notified the district of a “community threat” 7:45 Monday morning, which resulted in the modified lockdown and some schools being closed.

Normal operations are have resumed at Hillcrest Intermediate School and at Norwin Middle School.

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The SWAT team surrounded a home on Crestwood Drive around 7:30 a.m.

Officers remained outside the home until the suspect was taken into custody shortly after Noon.

His name hasn’t been released and it’s unclear what charges he may face.

Channel 11 is talking with investigators about what happened and will have more on the suspect arrested Channel 11 News beginning at 5 p.m. on TV and in our streaming apps.

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