Authorities were summoned to Roosevelt High School in Honolulu, Hawaii after reports of shots fired this morning.
According to KHON2, the incident took place around 8:30 a.m. and police say that two people were injured and hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. KHON2 adds that a suspect is in custody, but the school remains on lockdown and parents have been notified.
UPDATE: Lynn Kawano of Hawaii News Now reports that two officers attempted to pick up a 17-year-old who was reported as a runaway. The boy allegedly stabbed one of the officers and was shot in the wrist by his partner: No one else was injured and no other students were in danger.
Exclusive: shooting at Roosevelt is officer-involved. Tried to pick up runaway, who stabbed officer & was shot— Lynn Kawano (@LynnKawano) January 28, 2014
HPD says Roosevelt runaway will face 3 counts attempted murder. 17 yr old male in custody and hospitalized with gunshot wound to wrist.— Dan Cooke (@DanCookeSunrise) January 28, 2014
HPD says 1 officer fired 2 shots. Runaway hit in wrist. Another officer with minor cuts. 2 officers punched in scuffle.— Dan Cooke (@DanCookeSunrise) January 28, 2014
[via KHON2 and Twitter]