2nd Arrest Made in Delaware Shooting
Updated: Monday, May 6 2013, 09:14 AM EDT
UPDATE: (5/6/2013 9 am) (Kellie Hanna) A second person has been arrested in connection to the shooting at Woodward Elementary School in Delaware.
The Delaware Police Department says Chante Durr was arrested earlier this morning and taken to the juvenile detention center in Marysville.
UPDATE: (5/3/2013 11 am) (Kellie Hanna) Joshua Mosley Jr. appeared in court Friday morning on a felonious assault charge after this shooting.
A judge set a bail amount of $350,000.
UPDATE: (5/3/2013 6:45 am) (Kellie Hanna) Delaware Police say they have arrested 18-year-old Joshua Mosley Jr. out of this shooting.
Detectives have come back out to the scene of the shooting to make sure there aren't any problems at Woodward Elementary School.
They say this shooting had nothing to do with the school, but they just wanted to make sure parents' minds were put at ease.
Police say the victim is 19-year-old Darrell Ginyard. He was taken into surgery, but his condition is unknown.
He was found on the basketball court of the school about 8:15 p.m. Thursday.
When police arrived, the crowd scattered. However, a short time later they identified the suspect and took him into custody.
Mosley Jr. is charged with felonious assault and is expected in court Friday morning.
He may face additional charges and other people may be charged as well.
DELAWARE (Tom Bosco/Shawn Kline) -- A shooting in the heart of a Delaware County community lead to several big institutions being placed on temporary lockdown.
It started out as a fight Thursday night at Woodward Elementary School at Harrison St. and S. Liberty St., according to Bruce Pijanowski, Delaware Police Chief.
Soon after police officers arrived at the school to break up the fight, there were reports of gunfire.
Police found a man with a single gunshot wound to the upper part of his body. He was taken by air ambulance to OSU's Wexner Medical Center.
Investigators took several people into custody for questioning, but it's not known if anyone has been arrested and charged.
During the heat of the situation, police contacted Ohio Wesleyan University and asked that they keep students inside. A campus-wide safety alert was issued because of reports that a potential shooter could be in the vicinity of the campus, which is just South of the shooting scene, an Ohio Wesleyan spokesperson said.
Nearby Grady Memorial Hospital was also placed on lock down while police searched the area.
Neither the shooting victim's name, nor, his condition have been made available.
Chief Pijanowski said he planned to release additional information about the situation Friday morning.