Latest on active shooter situation at Delta State University:
Bolivar newspaper reporting university confirms one fatality, asking students to stay away from windows.
MHP, Cleveland Police and Bolivar Sheriff’s Department are on campus.
School remains on lockdown.
- Cleveland Police Department confirms at least one person has been shot at Delta State University
- The school is on lockdown while the school is investigating an active shooter situation
- University spokeswoman Jennifer Farish confirmed that the lock down began Monday morning and that students, faculty and staff are being advised to take shelter.
- The university’s Twitter account says the active shooter was spotted near Jobe Hall.
- Multiple law enforcement agencies are responding.
The 3,500-student university is in Cleveland, in Mississippi’s Delta region near the Arkansas-Mississippi state line.
Delta State University tells FOX13 they are currently on lockdown while the school is investigating an active shooter situation.
Delta State tweeted the following:
SCHOOLCAST: An active shooter has been spotted on campus near Jobe Hall. Please take immediate lock down action.