No one injured in shooting at Oklahoma City school

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are investigating a shooting that occurred near an Oklahoma City school.

On Monday, Oklahoma City police say they were called to Harper Academy Charter School on reports of shots fired.

When police got to the school, they asked kids if they saw anything.

According to the police report, the kids were uncooperative and told police officers they did not see anything.

One of the school’s principals told officers he was standing outside when the gun shots rang out.  Unfortunately, he says he didn’t see who was shooting.

The principal then told officers that a FedEx driver in the area may have seen the incident.

The FedEx driver reportedly told police officers the shots came from a small four door grey car that was occupied by four black males.

Police officers located four .45 auto spent shell casings in the area.

Fortunately, it appears no one was injured in the shooting.

The school’s other principal told officer that the shooting wasn’t unexpected.

Two people, one parent and one student, contacted the principal letting her know that a gang related fight was “going down” after school.

According to the police report, the principal never contacted police about the reports because she “did not think it was necessary to call the police.”

Police officers instructed the principal to call next time she gets a tip of a gang related fight that is expected to take place.

Officials did arrest one teenager in connection to the shooting.


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