Shooting on Indiana State’s Campus Self-inflicted



The investigation into a 28 year old man found with a gunshot to his leg, on the ISU campus, has determined the shooting to be self-inflicted.

The man was a visitor on campus.

Evidence at the scene, video footage and witness statements led to the conclusion.

The weapon has been recovered.

The man’s injury is thought to be non-life threatening but will require surgery.

BREAKING NEWS: A shooting on Indiana State University’s campus injures a 28 year old man.

Campus officials send an email to students and staff saying the victim is not a student, just visiting campus.

The shooting victim was found near Cromwell Hall on campus and officials urge to avoid the area.

It happened around 9:30 tonight. The extent of the man’s injuries have not yet been released by officials. The email sent out also says two people with the man have been identified and are being interviewed.

ISU police are still gathering information from the incident. We’ll bring you the latest details as soon as they become available.

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Don't Miss

More Don't Miss

Trending Stories