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Saegert Elementary School Locked Down As Precaution

UPDATE 11:23 AM: The subject of the police standoff in Killeen has surrendered to police and is being transported to an area hospital for evaluation. It is not clear if he will face any charges.

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UPDATE 11:00 AM: The subject of a police standoff in Killeen is reportedly a former soldier suffering from PTSD. Officers were sent to the man's home in the area of W.S. Young Drive and Mikulec Drive around 7:55 a.m. after a caller reported a man in distress. When officers arrived, they found the man locked in his car and threatening to shoot himself. Police do not believe anyone is in the vehicle with him or inside the home.

As a precaution, police have set up a two-block perimeter around the scene. Nearby Saegert Elementary remains on external lockdown. Police and school officials say students and staff are safe.

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Seagert Elementary School in Killeen has been locked down as a precaution while police negotiate with an apparently suicidal person who has barricaded himself inside a vehicle in the 2200 block of Mikulec.

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A person holds up his hands near the crime scene involving a shooting of a man by St. Louis Metropolitan Police on August 19, 2014. Police in the US city of St. Louis shot dead another suspect on Tuesday, a short distance from a suburb that is the scene of protests over the killing of an unarmed black teenager. St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson said in a tweet that officers had responded to a call and found an apparently agitated man, armed with a knife who yelled "kill me now" and approached the patrol. - Photo: Michael B. Thomas/AFP/Getty Images
A person holds up his hands near the crime scene involving a shooting of a man by St. Louis Metropolitan Police on August 19, 2014. Police in the US city of St. Louis shot dead another suspect on Tuesday, a short distance from a suburb that is the scene of protests over the killing of an unarmed black teenager. St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson said in a tweet that officers had responded to a call and found an apparently agitated man, armed with a knife who yelled "kill me now" and approached the patrol. - Photo: Michael B. Thomas/AFP/Getty Images

Police in Missouri Shoot, Kill Armed Suspect Near Ferguson

Police in St. Louis are investigating an officer-involved shooting in the city’s sixth district Tuesday, just a few miles east of where 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by a St. Louis County officer in the suburb of Ferguson, Missouri.

According to St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson, officers were responding to a store where a 23-year-old African American man reportedly stole energy drinks and pastries before throwing the items onto the street and frightening employees.

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