TCU campus all clear after armed shuttle driver fires shot

Trevor Jackson
November 8, 2017

A Texas Christian University shuttle driver was arrested Tuesday morning following a road-rage incident where a gunshot was sacked on campus.

Police found the suspect's bus off-campus a short time before he was arrested.

Officials said two contracted employees of the Roadrunner Shuttle service the university uses got into an argument about 7 a.m. Tuesday that lead to one of the drivers shooting at the other.

One of the drivers fired at the other, but the gunshot missed, police said.

The school sent out a campus-wide alert to all students and faculty: "TCU Alert - Armed person on campus".

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TCU students are no longer under lockdown after a road rage incident resulted in the police search of an alleged shooter, according to administrators.

Police said they were searching for the gunman, who was driving bus number 24171.

The suspect has not been identified, but authorities say he is a black male wearing a white shirt and black trousers.

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