UPDATE:Suspect Arrested In Columbus Active Shooter Situation

  • 9/8/2017 9:24:49 AM
  • WMFD Digital Team
  • Local News

COLUMBUS, OH - Police were on scene at a Columbus school where a suspect has been arrested following a Friday morning active shooter situation. 

Columbus-Scioto school is located in the 2900 block of South High St. 

Columbus Police (@ColumbusPolice) tweeted at 8:54 AM:

"ACTIVE SHOOTER AT SCHOOL:An active shooter has been reported at Scioto High [email protected] High St. Please stay out of the area.#CPD"

Another tweet was released at 9:18 AM:

"*PLEASE RT* UPDATE 9:15am: SWAT made an arrest, gun taken, no injuries. Excellent job by our officers! #TogetherIsBetter #CPD"

Following the arrest, Columbus Police tweeted a timeline of when the orignal call came in, to when the arrest was made:

"ACTIVE SHOOTER LATEST 9:45AM  9/8:1 Suspect arrested, gun taken, no injuries reported. First call @8:33AM. [email protected]:45 AM. Awesome Teamwork!

 

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