Parents, waiting to pick up their middle school students outside Noblesville High School.
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We will update this file continuously with the latest information on the Noblesville West Middle School shooting this morning. A teacher and a student were injured, and a male student was detained.

Indiana middle school shooting: One student detained

During a morning press conference, Noblesville Police Chief Kevin Jowitt said a male student at the middle school has been detained in the shooting that injured an adult teacher and another student at Noblesville West Middle School.

“The school has been completely cleared and the investigation process has just begun,” Jowitt said.

Jowitt said a second threat that locked down Noblesville High School is not believe to be related to this incident.

There is “no information that this is anything other than a communicated threat,” Jowitt said.

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Watch live video of the press conference here if video does not appear above.

New threat reported at Noblesville High School

A new threat has prompted another lock-down at Noblesville High School, the district said in an email to parents.

Parents can pick up high school and the West middle school students when the threat is cleared, Noblesville Schools said in the email.

Around 11:10 a.m., police led someone in handcuffs from the high school into a police SUV.

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One adult, one teenager admitted to hospital

An adult and a teenager were injured in the Noblesville West Middle School shooting.

IU Health officials confirmed in an email that both patients were admitted to the hospital.

Indiana State Police Capt. Dave Bursten told media that the families of the injured have been notified.

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