There has been a shooting at Forest High School in Ocala, according to Marion County Sheriff's Office.
The suspect, a 19-year-old non-student named Sky Bouche, is in custody and one person is injured, according to deputies.
A 17-year-old student was injured in the shooting. The student is suffering non-life threatening injuries sustained in the shooting.
Here’s a video of police breaching my class after shots were heard about 10 feet outside my classroom. Police and law enforcement responded quickly and efficiently. I always had a fear of something like this happening to my school, I’m so thankful to be okay. pic.twitter.com/JJ4U6XU32j
— Nevada Klapp (@NevadaKlapp) April 20, 2018
Local, state and federal officers responded to assist at all schools in Marion County for an increased law enforcement presence at schools in the county.
Sheriff Woods called both Deputy Jim Long and the student who was injured, heroes.
The victim is in good condition with non-life threatening injuries, and authorities are still looking for a motive.