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LWC VP L. Dean Adams issues statement on shooting incident

College has been notified that suspect has been arrested by the Campbellsville Police Department. Suspect was not affiliated with Lindsey Wilson College

"Last night following the basketball game, witnesses reported shots were fired into the air behind Biggers Sports Center. The suspect immediately left campus. Local law enforcement responded to the 911 call. Lindsey Wilson College Public Safety and several staff members who were on campus also responded. We were notified by the Campbellsville Police Department that a suspect has been arrested. The suspect was not affiliated with Lindsey Wilson College. In addition, no LWC students or staff were injured." - L. Dean Adams
Vice President for Student Services and Enrollment Management
Lindsey Wilson College

See also: - Search underway for suspect in shooting after CU v. LWC games

This story was posted on 2018-01-26 11:29:55
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