The U.S. Attorney General's Office says three people are in custody accused of holding a woman and her child captive for more than two years.
Classes at Brookhaven High School were canceled Tuesday morning because of a police investigation. Investigators originally said that classes would be delayed, but ultimately decided to cancel school for the day.
According to police, an officer fired shots at a person at Brookhaven High School, located at 4077 Karl Rd., around 3:30 a.m.
Police said that two officers responded to an alarm at the school to find a back door open. When they entered the building, they discovered one person, identified as Chaunce Dolan, 22, immediately.
“They got their guns drawn. They’re giving him direct orders on what to do,” said Sgt. Rich Weiner, CPD.
While the officers were dealing with the first person, another man, identified as Ahmad K. Khatab, 22, rounded the corner at a full sprint, colliding with one of the officers.
“Another guy comes around the corner running, runs right into one of the officers. That’s when the gun fires and he was shot,” added Weiner.
The officer who Khatab ran into fired one shot, striking the man in the arm.
Khatab was transported to The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. He was released a short time later.
Both men were taken into custody for questioning.
Officers said that the men in custody were not students at the school.
Following the shooting, police were forced to rope off the area to treat it as a crime scene which is why the school was off limits.
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