St. Hilary School locked down after gun scare
By HANNAH BEAUSANG
Schools in Tiburon and San Rafael were temporarily locked down early Aug. 21 after a Tiburon man reportedly confronted a visiting priest at St. Hilary School then holed up inside Mission San Rafael Arcángel. Authorities were on high alert after family members initially told police he might have had a gun.
The unarmed 56-year-old was taken into custody in San Rafael about 1:30 p.m. and transported to Marin General Hospital in Greenbrae for a psychiatric evaluation about three hours after he was reported on the St. Hilary campus, which includes St. Hilary Catholic Parish, according to Marin County Sheriff's Office Lt. Doug Pittman.
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