Two juveniles who were taken into custody were booked into Juvenile Department of Corrections(JDOC). After investigating, it was determined that there was no intent to harm during this event.
The gun believed to be related to this incident was seized by officers at the scene. An ongoing investigation will determine if charges will be filed.
One juvenile was taken to JDOC for being a runaway, the other was taken to JDOC for Battery to LEO.
Three males are now in custody in connection with this case and are being interviewed at the Law Enforcement Center.
The lock down ended at 9:55 a.m.
Shortly before 9:00 this morning, officers responded to 21st and California on the report of shots being fired.
Highland Park High School had been placed on lock down as a safety precaution. TPD K-9's were at the scene and a perimeter had been set. No injuries were been reported.
Anyone with information on this event is asked to contact Detectives at 368-9400, or Crime Stoppers at 234-0007 as soon as possible.
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