February 18, 2018

One student arrested, one injured in Texas high school shooting

23 January 2018, 02:05 | Kara Nash

Police were seen responding the the active shooting where the suspected gunman was taken into custody

Police were seen responding the the active shooting where the suspected gunman was taken into custody

A 16-year-old boy shot the 15-year-old girl in the cafeteria of Italy High School, roughly 40 miles south of Dallas, a spokeswoman for the Ellis County Sheriff's Office said. He would not say whether the boy has had disciplinary issues at the school.

Multiple students and a parent told FOX4 the suspect and victim had been in a relationship, but had recently broken up.

Authorities don't know if a 16-year-old Texas boy arrested in a high school shooting knows the 15-year-old girl who was airlifted to a hospital after the attack. According to Lee Joffre, the Italy ISD Superintendent, the suspect fired shots in the cafeteria and then left the school building.

The school district maintains it followed proper safety protocols to get all students to safety.

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"We have had an active shooter incident at the high school campus this morning", Mr Joffre wrote in the statement. The message confirmed that one girl had been wounded and that all of the other students were safe. Her condition is not known.

ECSO posted to Facebook an update saying students, under police guard, were being moved as the investigation continues.

Italy has a population of about 2,000 people and calls itself "the biggest little town in Texas", Dallas Morning News reported.

The suspected gunman reportedly fled the school before he was taken into custody a short time later.

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