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Nerf Gunfight Brings Police to Ohio School

August 22, 2013  | 

When the Elyria (Ohio) Police Department received a call that shots had been fired at the Open Door Christian School and Church on Wednesday, it responded with every available unit. What police found was a Nerf gun fight.

Elyria PD officers, Lorain County Sheriff's deputies, Elyria firefighters, and Lorain County Metro Park rangers rushed to Open Door around 1 p.m. after getting a call from a concerned relative.

Upon arriving, police were met with surprise and confusion, said Elyria PD's Capt. Christopher Costantino, and nothing seemed wrong with the school or church when they arrived.

Read the full Chronicle-Telegram story.


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