Jan.28 - Police say incident started when they tried to take a runaway into custody. Jennifer Davis reports.
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A Hawaii high school was placed on lockdown Tuesday after shots were fired.
It happened at Roosevelt High School in Honolulu.
Authorities say police responded to the school to take a runaway into custody. They say the teen became combative. There was a scuffle, and an officer fired two shots.
A 17-year-old was hit in the wrist, and taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
SOUNDBITE: DONALYN DELA CRUZ, HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SPOKESPERSON, SAYING:
"School was in session. Class was in session. Students were in class. There's a drill we've been practicing at all schools, and that went into effect."
Once the incident was contained, students were released early for the day.
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