Police respond to shots fired call at Bradley Tech High School
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee police were called to Bradley Tech High School Monday, Dec. 6, after there were reports of shots fired on the school grounds.
Several police squads responded to the school just after 12:45 p.m.
Police say upon arrival, officers determined there were no shots fired inside the school and no injuries.
A student told CBS 58 News, the school called a “Code Red” and they were locked down in their classroom for about an hour.
Only 4th Street is taped off, between Pierce and Bruce. 3rd Street is open, National is open. Only one or two squad cars at each end of 4th block the road. A few students walking out occasionally, some concerned parents trying to get to the school. pic.twitter.com/lJ37IY6wEG— Adam Rife (@AdamRifeReports) December 6, 2021
Officials said at 2:30 p.m., there was no longer an active threat.
CBS 58 spoke with a mother at the scene who says she received a call from that school that it was on lock down. She was upset with the lack of information provided about her son's well-being.
"We're worried. As parents, we're worried," Penelope Solis said. "All these things in the news. All the other high schools getting shut down; shootings. It's worrying."
An investigation is ongoing, in conjunction with Milwaukee Public Schools and campus security.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Milwaukee police at 414-935-7272 or Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS or P3 Tips App to remain anonymous.
This is a developing story. Stick with CBS 58 on air and online for updates.