Precautionary lockdown lifted at Lawrence schools after shooting
LAWRENCE, Ind. – Three schools in Lawrence went on lockdown briefly Tuesday afternoon after a nearby shooting.
According to the Lawrence Police Department, a man was shot in the pelvis after an apparent argument. His injuries were not life-threatening, according to Deputy Chief Gary Woodruff. The man went to Eskenazi Hospital.
The shooting happened just before 1 p.m. near East 56th Street and Shadeland Way in Lawrence, after a confrontation at the Marathon gas station.
Those involved are currently in police custody and being questioned.
As a result of the incident, precautionary lockdowns went into effect at Harrison Hill Elementary, Belzer Middle School and Lawrence Central High School. The lockdown has since been lifted.