Argument Leads To Shots Fired Near TCU Campus

Frederick Owens
November 8, 2017

Texas Christian University was locked down Tuesday morning after a shot was sacked, with school officials warning the community to seek shelter because of an armed person on campus.

As indicated by Fort Worth police, the occurrence occurred after two Roadrunner Shuttle drivers got into contention close grounds.

The driver then allegedly rammed the other driver's shuttle before he fled the scene.

Police found the suspect's bus off-campus a short time before he was arrested.

The university posted on Twitter around 7:15 a.m. urging those on campus to seek safe shelter immediately.

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Officials with TCU tweeted an alert: "Armed person on campus".

This story is developing and will be updated with more information as it becomes available.

Police said they were searching for the gunman, who was driving bus number 24171.

Students are being told to shelter in place and be on the lookout for a black male with a white shirt.

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