Multiple victims reported at Oxford High School in Michigan due to an active shooter.
The Oakland County sheriff's office reported Tuesday afternoon that it had apprehended a suspect in connection with an active shooting at Oxford High School. Authorities reported several injured people.
Undersheriff of Oakland County Mike McCabe confirmed there were four to six victims.
He stated that many patrol units and EMS units are on location, as well as SWAT and an aviation unit.
"We have taken custody of one alleged shooter and a pistol," McCabe said in a statement. "We believe there are none at the moment. At the moment, there are no verified fatal shooting victims."
Tuesday, emergency responders were observed transporting stretchers near the school.
McCabe said evacuated students were being reunited with parents or relatives in the Meijer parking lot at 655 N. Lapeer Road.
According to him, authorities are conducting a "secondary search" of the school for potential other victims.
The district notified parents via email: "At the moment, an active emergency is unfolding at Oxford High School. The Oakland County Sheriff's Department has responded, and we have activated our emergency procedures and placed the school on lockdown."
Officials at Lapeer Schools, located approximately 16 miles from Oxford High School, said they are operating in "secure mode" as a precaution.
Oxford High School is located north of Oxford, around 45 miles north of Detroit, and southeast of Flint.