Bomb Squad called out to a North Village neighborhood

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Residents in the North Village neighborhood have a lot of questions for police, after a SWAT team and a bomb squad paid a visit twice in one day.  

The incidents took place at a home off the 300 block of Farmington Rd. People living along the street were on lockdown twice.  The Rochester Police SWAT were called around 7 a.m. when a neighbor called police report they saw a shotgun at a neighbors home. According to police, after investigations no gun was found and the home owner was cooperative. The streets were re-opened just after 9 a.m. 

Neighbors told News 8 that the streets were blocked off again around 5 p.m. and police sent a bomb squad as a precaution to the same house where that morning standoff happened. For about two hours police investigated and no apparent bomb was found. The streets re-opend for residents just after 7:15 p.m.

“That’s twice today they had us on lock down. This morning and tonight. They had the bomb squad there I believe and I don’t know anything beyond that,” said Glen Chase who lives off Farmington Rd.  “I have no worries about this neighborhood, I don’t worry, I sleep at night. Crime is very low, everyone gets along with everybody here, it’s not a big issue. Something like this , what goes around these days its nothing out of the ordinary.”  
 

News 8 was there when a few police officers were searching throughout the house plus a car in the drive way. Details have not been released as to what exactly police were looking for.

Police have arrested a man, however his identify has not been released and no mention if any charges have been filed.

Stay with News 8 for the latest.

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