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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Shots fired at NLR High

Posted By on Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 4:22 PM

Multiple reports of shots fired on the campus of North Little Rock High School East Campus. I got a very brief word with the North Little Rock police information officer, Sgt. Terry Kuykendall, who said one adult has been shot and no students were involved. He's at the scene trying to sort out events.

Channel 4 has reported that a car driving through the campus, apparently the student pickup area, refused to stop and hit a campus police resource officer. Another police officer on campus fired at the car, hitting the driver, according to 4's Jessica Dean, reporting by Twitter.

Fox 16 has more. Driver in custody after medical attention. Police officer hospitalized. He was reportedly forced onto the hood of his vehicle by the driver who was shot.

Still no ID on the driver of the car.
The police officer was not seriously injured.


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