Police say report of active shooter at Columbus, Ohio high school

Posted September 09, 2017

Police in OH say they have one person in custody after responding to reports of an active shooter at a Columbus high school Friday morning.

At 8:33 a.m. on Friday, police were called to the 2900 block of South High Street in Columbus on the report of an active shooter.

Adan Abdullahi was taken into custody and charged with improperly discharging a firearm in a school safety zone, a second degree felony, the Columbus Division of Police said in a statement. However, the incident has ended without injury after the SWAT team confiscated a gun at the school. No injuries or fatalities were reported.

Authorities say the school has been placed on lockdown and officers are searching the building.

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School officials said that all students are safe following Friday's ordeal.

The school serves grades six through 12, and is geared toward special needs and "emotionally disturbed students", according to Scioto school's website.

Stay with this story for additional details as they become available.