3 suspects ran onto KSU campus after carjacking in DeKalb County, police sources say – WSB-TV Channel 2

COBB COUNTY, Ga. — Police sources inform Channel 2 Motion Information that an “armed suspect” incident on Kennesaw State College’s campus began with a carjacking in DeKalb County.

KSU police issued a “KSU Alert” post on X Wednesday night advising college students to shelter in a safe place as they searched for 3 suspects.

Kennesaw State College Emergency Administration officers have confirmed {that a} lockdown has been lifted. They issued an “all clear” simply after 8:15 p.m.

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Police sources say a carjacked automobile was noticed in Cobb County. The three folks inside ran from the automotive and in direction of the KSU campus. At the very least one among them was armed.

One particular person is in custody and police are nonetheless trying to find two different suspects, however they’re now not on the Kennesaw State College campus, in keeping with police.

It’s unclear if the particular person arrested was armed.

Kennesaw State College officers launched a press release on Wednesday night time that mentioned, partly, that no pictures have been fired on campus and nobody was injured.

Channel 2′s Michael Doudna was stay in Kennesaw on WSB Tonight at 11 p.m.

At round 6:20 p.m., KSU college students acquired a textual content message alerting them that armed suspects have been reported on campus.

Ryan Oldham and Kristen Alexander have been each on campus and have been informed to get into secure rooms

“We put a desk in entrance of the window to ensure nothing might see us by means of there,” mentioned Ryan Oldham.

“I used to be prefer it was actual I didn’t know learn how to really feel till I acquired to the room after which I began to get a bit of panicking,” mentioned Kristin Alexander. “I believe God was conserving an in depth eye on me.”


Channel 2 Motion Information has realized that Cobb County police are helping within the search.

College students posting on social media mentioned they have been locked in school rooms, the library and in labs.

A Channel 2 Motion Information photographer on the scene mentioned the vast majority of the police exercise was close to an on-campus condo advanced.


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