CHARDON, Ohio — Four students have been injured in a shooting this morning at Chardon High School.
According to the Geauga County Sheriff’s office and the FBI, a suspect has been arrested. Scott Wilson of the FBI said that at this point they believe there was only one shooter, but the incident remains under investigation.
The youth who was arrested had fled the high school building, but was caught on Woodin Road in Chardon Township, a law officer said. The boy is being processed at the sheriff’s office, according to reports about 9 a.m.
Fox is reporting that the suspect made a threatening post on twitter or facebook, over the weekend. The four wounded are being treated at a local hospital. More as details become available.
Update: One of the wounded students has reportedly died.