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Montclair Elementary and the Garden Home Recreation Center were under lockouts Thursday morning because someone was reportedly waving around a gun nearby, authorities say.
Smith was elected to the post in 2009 and led the players through the league's lockout of them in 2011.
The games opened the Heat's first set of back-to-back home games since the lockout shortened 2011-12 season, with a Saturday game against the New Orleans Pelicans.
Vehicle lockout, Jackson Road: A caller reported initially at mid-morning on Dec. 16 that a two-year-old child had locked himself in a car with the engine running.
These lockouts prevent scam artists from opening credit cards and taking out loans in your name.
The lockout was lifted shortly after Pegg was taken into custody.
Bush may not have left on his own terms after being traded to the Dolphins shortly after the end of the 2011 lockout.
Stop just short of lockout to keep tension in the muscle, and hold the movement at the bottom before fluidly returning to the original position.
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