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3 Lansing Schools were on Lock Down after Shooting (Updated)

LANSING, MI – The Lansing Police Department has directed Everett High School students must exit at their normal dismissal time (2:40 p.m.) on the north side of the building.

Students walkers that live in the Cavanaugh neighborhood are not allowed to walk home unless picked up by family or guardians. If a student lives in the Cavanaugh neighborhood, they can stay at Everett until the neighborhood has been cleared by the Lansing Police Department.
All Everett after school activities have been cancelled.

Three schools in the Lansing area were on lock down following a shooting.  Two individuals had been shot on the city’s south side.breaking-news

The Lansing School District posted to Facebook a statement that The Lansing Police Department is investigating and monitoring an issue near Cavanaugh Park.

Cavanaugh, Everett and Gardner had been placed into secure with restricted access as of 11:05 a.m. on Thursday, November 5th, 2015.

All students and staff were safe at Cavanaugh, Everett and Gardner.

One of the shooting victims was found in the woods near Everett High School and the other victim was dropped off at a hospital.  The two people who were shot allegedly broke into a home on Pinewood Avenue, Lansing Police are telling FOX 47.

According to Lansing Police Department spokesperson, a gunshot crime was committed in a neighborhood near Everett.

The shooting did not occur on school property. Staff and students that are located in Everett, Gardner and Cavanaugh remained safe.

As of 1:20 p.m. Gardner had been given the all clear. Cavanaugh and Everett were still in secure mode with restricted access.

We will keep you posted with new information as we receive it.

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