Authorities: Florida high school shooting suspect in custody

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2018.02.14. 22:42
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Authorities say the shooter at a South Florida high school is now in custody. The Broward County Sheriff's Office gave no details in tweeting that development. It did not identify the shooting suspect. (Feb. 14)

        



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