Student in Custody After Lockdown at Santa Rosa High School Triggered by Reports of Possible Shooter

Santa Rosa High School in California's Sonoma Valley is seen in this undated image from Google Maps.

Santa Rosa High School in California's Sonoma Valley is seen in this undated image from Google Maps.

A student was taken into police custody Friday following a lockdown at Santa Rosa High School that lasted more than two hours.

A school resource officer reported that a student was seen on campus with a handgun, authorities said, and the officer initiated the lockdown around 10:40 a.m.

Over 20 police officers searched the campus as students remained locked inside their classrooms.

No injuries or gunfire were reported.

Read the full story at LATimes.com.

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