US Naval Air Station Corpus Christi lifts lockdown after suspect taken into custody, base says

17:37  11 december  2019
17:37  11 december  2019 Source:   cnn.com

Suspect in custody after large police response at Waukesha South HS

  Suspect in custody after large police response at Waukesha South HS Waukesha South High School is currently locked down after a large police presence. Multiple police cars and ambulances are at the school on East Roberta Avenue. Waukesha police are calling the response a "critical incident." "The building is safe and secure," police tweeted. "The suspect is in custody." Officers said it was an "isolated incident" and they were not seeking any other suspects. "We are in the investigative stage right now as the scene is stabilized," police tweeted.News Chopper 12's Matt Salemme said he saw at least 17 police vehicles at the scene.Students have not been evacuated from the school.

The Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi , Tex., was locked down early Wednesday and a person was taken into custody , in an incident that came less than a week after a shooting at a similar base in Pensacola, Fla., that left three people dead.

CORPUS CHRISTI , Texas – UPDATE: The Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi says one person is in custody after an unauthorized person on base forced a lockdown early Monday, the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi said on its Facebook page.

Naval Air Station Corpus Christi was placed on lockdown for about an hour Wednesday morning and a suspect was taken into custody, NAS Corpus Christi said on Facebook.

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No shots were fired and no injuries have been reported, according to Navy spokeswoman Lt. Cmdr. Megan Isaac.

The shelter-in-place order has since been lifted, and the gates to the base were opened for normal traffic, the base said.

Corpus Christi police are not on the Naval Air Station base but were called to assist with traffic control, according to a spokesperson for the department.

The reason for the lockdown is not clear, but the alert comes just days after a gunman killed three people and injured several others at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida. The suspect in that case was identified as a Saudi national who was in a flight training program at the station.

On December 4, a sailor at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard in Hawaii shot and killed two people before killing himself, authorities said.

Flags lowered in Georgia for funeral of Navy shooting victim .
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Flags were lowered across Georgia on Monday to coincide with the funeral of one of three Navy sailors slain by a gunman at a base in Florida. The funeral service for Airman Apprentice Cameron Scott Walters, 21, of Richmond Hill was scheduled for Monday afternoon at a church in neighboring Savannah. Walters and two fellow sailors were killed Dec. 6 at Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida when a gunman opened fire at a classroom building.Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp ordered flags to be flown at half-staff Monday outside state buildings in honor of Walters.

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