Student, officer injured in 2nd Wisconsin high school shooting in 2 days


Police say they have identified the teen believed to have written a message last month in a San Luis Obispo High School bathroom warning of a school shooting.

Police say they believe a 14-year-old student wrote the message at the high school as part of a trend being encouraged on a popular social media app called TikTok, and that one of their friends knew about it. The shooting occurred after a student at the school alerted a school resource officer that a classmate had a gun.

Both the student and the officer were hurt in the confrontation, police say, and transported to local hospitals.

No other students were injured, said police. Additionally, in Oshkosh, the school resource officer was injured.

The school has been placed on locked down and parents can reunite with their children at Perry Tipler Middle School.

Police will not be releasing details of the type of weapon the student was carrying, and the department of Justice is handling the investigation, she said.

Fox News reports the school where the incident unfolded is located just west of Milwaukee. Only one student was injured.

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This is the second shooting at a high school in Wisconsin in two days.

"It was really scary". They said lockdown but everyone was running out of the school.

We value the openness of our students, staff, and parents in bringing matters to our attention.

"I was walking in the hall, and a teacher shoved me into a classroom, and we started barricading the doors, and we all huddled in the corner, and there were gunshots", he said.

Action 2 News has crews at the school.

The shooting at Oshkosh West comes one day after an officer shot a 17-year-old student at Waukesha South High School. The student was listed in stable condition and taken into custody.