Shots fired in Ill. school; 2 students in custody
Normal Community High School students are led by a teacher to a nearby church as students were evacuated after shots were fired in a classroom at the high school Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Normal, Ill. Authorities say police have taken two people into custody. No one was injured. (AP Photo/The Pantagraph, David Proeber)
NORMAL, Ill. (AP) _ School officials say police have taken two students into custody after gun shots were fired into a ceiling inside a high school in central Illinois.
The Normal Community High School says on its website that nobody was hurt in the Friday morning incident.
Police say one of the two students in custody is a 14-year-old boy. Police are treating the school campus as a crime scene.
Classes have been dismissed and students have been taken to a church to be collected by their parents. Other schools in Normal, just north of Bloomington, remain open.
Police aren’t allowing students to drive their vehicles away.
Bloomington is 135 miles southwest of Chicago.