27 October, 2017
A shooting at Grambling State University in the southeastern U.S. state of Louisiana has resulted in two people being killed, local media reported on Wednesday.
Sheriff Mike Stone said in a statement that the suspect and victims knew each other "to some extent" and stressed that the shooting wasn't random or an act of terrorism. Two men, both 23-year-olds from Farmerville, Louisiana, were identified as Earl Andrews and Monquiarious Caldwell. The local sheriff's department has taken over the investigation from campus police.
Shortly after the altercation, the suspect quickly fled the scene. It's unclear why Caldwell was on the campus and what his relationship is with Andrews.
The two casualties were articulated dead at the scene. Grambling State University did not address the shooting directly on its social media pages, but said Wednesday morning that offices and buildings will be open.
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Sutton called the deadly shooting a "horrible tragedy" and "nothing that anybody would've ever wanted to have happened".
In Louisiana, the U.S., unknown persons opened fire at the University of Grambling.
"Our prayers go out to the victims and their families. This is a most unfortunate situation".