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Local, state police involved in standoff in Fremont neighborhood
According to police radio broadcasts, police focused on 49 Deer Run. No Fremont police officials were available early Tuesday night to discuss the situation.
By the time the Ellis School was released, police said it was safe enough for parents to meet their children at the bus stop and walk them home, said Kimberly Davis, who lives at 19 Deer Run.
“It was a fantastic move on his part,” Davis said. He met parents and discussed the situation with them, and he was ready to take a child back to the K-8 school if no parent was there on drop off, Davis said.
Davis said a couple live in the house. They were relatively new to the neighborhood and quiet.
Telephone records list the residents as Mark Connelly and Ethel Hoegen.
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