Bellaire PD: Suspect arrested in connection with shooting death at Bellaire High School

Image courtesy ABC 13
Image courtesy ABC 13

Image courtesy ABC 13

A suspect has been arrested in connection with the death of a Bellaire High School student, according to a statement from the Bellaire Police Department and Houston ISD.

HISD will cancel classes for students at Bellaire High School on Wednesday, January 15. However, staff members are asked to report to campus. Bellaire High School students are asked to report to school on Thursday, January 16.

In an earlier statement, HISD officials said it would have extra officers, patrols and administrative personnel to ensure the school was safe and secure.

Original post from ABC 13:

A student shot at Bellaire High School has died, sources told ABC13 Tuesday. Officials say the suspect is still on the loose.
Bellaire police responded to the shooting around 4 p.m.

The student was transported to the hospital where police say the student later died.

Police added there was no one in custody after the shooting, but they are searching the area for the suspect. A suspect description was not disclosed.

Police are urging residents to avoid the area or stay inside their home until further notice.

There was no active shooter involved, according to police.
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