North Carolina School Shooting: One Shot At Albemarle High School

North Carolina school shooting update: An argument between two male students at Albemarle High School is believed to have been the cause of the North Carolina school shooting, according to police reports. One student was reportedly shot in the “lower extremities.” The suspected shooter ultimately surrendered to the police, Albemarle Police Chief William Halliburton told reporters. After the lockdown order was lifted, all students at the North Carolina high school were evacuated and sent home. The condition of the school shooting victim is not known at this time. The teenager was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

A North Carolina school shooting left one student shot and Albemarle High School on lockdown. Police officers now have the gunman in custody. The Albemarle High School shooting occurred shortly after students entered the building around 7:30 a.m.

Albemarle High School is approximately 40 miles east of Charlotte, North Carolina. It is currently unclear if the school shooter was a student. Officials at the North Carolina school are urging parents to go to the North Albermarle Baptist Church to await news and release of students instead of converging on the Albemarle school campus. The church is located at 401 Park Ridge Road, about one block from the school.

Check back with The Inquisitr for more details about the Albemarle High School shooting as more details become available.

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