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BREAKING: Netfix HQ, Local News Station On Lockdown; UPDATE: Suspect In Custody, All Clear Given

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The person taken into custody was a former Netflix employee who allegedly told others he had a gun. The lockdown has been removed.



A journalist has been posting on Twitter, keeping people up-to-date. Although LAPD says the person has been taken into custody, Norlian said they have yet to receive the all clear.


The Netflix Headquarters and KTLA-TV in Los Angeles, California was placed on lockdown not long ago. The police received word that a person with a "deadly weapon" was on the lot. 


Los Angeles Police Department Officer Tony Im said the person was taken into custody, KTLA-TV reported. It remains unclear if the person was actually armed when taken into custody. 

It is unclear whether or not the lockdown has been lifted.

This is a breaking news story. As more information becomes available we will update this post.

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