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Shooting Result of Roommate Dispute

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LAWTON Okla_ Shots rang out in a Lawton apartment complex Friday afternoon, but this time, nobody was hurt.

It happened on the 2300 block of Northwest 23rd Street around 12:30 PM. At this time, it appears the shooting might have been a dispute between two roommates.

LPS Public Information Officer Keith Mitchell has confirmed four schools remained on heightened sense of alert until further notice because of the shooting.

These schools include:

Swinney Elementary
Jackson Elementary
Pat Henry Elementary
Learning Tree

Heightened sense of alert means all operations inside the school continue as normal, but no one is allowed to go outside.

School ended at its normal time. In a separate incident, another school was placed on heightened alert after a drug bust in the area of 19th and Elm.

You can count on 7News to keep you updated on this story.

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