Shooting at north Las Vegas high school leaves one student dead

As of now, it is unclear if anybody else has been shot or not. There are no revelations regarding the suspect either


                            Shooting at north Las Vegas high school leaves one student dead

The North Las Vegas Police department is investigating a fatal shooting at Canyon Springs High School, Las Vegas. Located at 350 E. Alexander Road near N. 5th Street and E. Alexander Road, in which reportedly one person was shot and killed. 

Officers have shared that the shooting took place outside the school building, and the person killed was a juvenile (18). As per recent updates, the school is on lockdown and police are in the vicinity. Locals are requested to stay away from the area, as well. These details were shared by an official statement issued via a tweet by the Clark County School District. 



 

As of now, it is unclear if anybody else has been shot or not. There are no revelations regarding the suspect either. This is breaking news, and we will keep updating as reports arrive.

Not so long ago, two different school students in Clark County School District itself were arrested for allegedly carrying loaded guns with them. One of them was a 15-year-old male student at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas, who was found with a loaded .40-caliber handgun on Wednesday, September 5. Back on August 22, a 16-year-old male student was taken out of his classroom and found with a loaded 9-millimeter handgun in his backpack, as reported by the Las Vegas Review-Journal



At the time, the principal of Centennial High School, Trent Day, had shared in a statement: “If they ever face a situation where they are unsure whether or not to share information with an adult, please remind them to never hesitate reporting anything that may be a safety issue."

While in both the cases, there was no indication whether the students had intended to use the gun or not, "At a minimum, the student will face charges of possession of a firearm on school property and expulsion, as required by Nevada law," reported the Journal.