If you are holding a Pirate Week celebration, you might expect someone to show up dressed as a pirate. But at least one employee at North Carolina's Richlands Elementary School didn't. That employee saw another worker dressed as a pirate and reported a suspicious person. That led to officials locking down not only the elementary school but all schools in the area.
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