WILLARD, Ohio -- Authorities have captured a shooting suspect who prompted a lock-down of the Willard City Schools on Wednesday afternoon.
The schools were placed in lock-down shortly after noon, according to Superintendent David Danhoff, after officials were made aware of a shooting at a home on Main Street.
Willard City Manager Brian Humphress tells Fox 8 News that the shooter, a school aged teen, was taken into custody after 1:30 p.m.
Humphress adds that the shooter is the son of the individual injured in the shooting. The shooting took place in a home on Main Street around noon.
Danhoff says that the schools were placed on lock-down as a precautionary measure.
Stay with Fox 8 News for more on this developing situation.