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Gang-related shooting puts schools on lock-out

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Thursday, June 6, 2013 - 3:57pm

Several El Paso schools went under a "lock-out" Thursday afternoon, after what appears to be a gang-related drive-by shooting incident in Northeast El Paso.

El Paso Police Dept.'s Gang Unit investigators have detained several suspects connected to the shooting, according to a news release.

They believe suspects in a white sedan shot at a dark colored pickup truck, and it pursued the pickup throughout parts of the Northeast.

Officers eventually found the sedan in the 10400 block of Kendall St. around 11:30 a.m.

No injuries have been reported and charges against those individuals are pending.

The lock-out for those schools was lifted before 1:30 p.m. Thursday.

Anyone with more information is asked to call police at (915) 832-4400.

Update:

EPISD Has lifted the Lock Out.

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Police responded to the area of Dyer and Rutherford around 11:30 am Thursday after a report shots were fired in the area.

Police stopped a car on Kendall where our photographers saw one man being arrested.

Our crew also saw a female being arrested.

EPISD has placed a Lock Out for the following schools which means, instruction continues, the students are not allowed to go outside and no one is allowed inside the schools.

Andress High School

Charles Middle School

Fannin Elementary

Whitaker Elementary

Bradley Elementary

Dowell Elementary.

Stay with News Channel Nine for more information on this developing story.
 

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