Campus police investigate pellet gun incidents at Southern University
BATON ROUGE – Southern University warned students and others about possible pellet gun incidents where at least three people received minor injuries recently.
Police posted on its crime report site HERE, a student was hurt Wednesday around 1:30 in the morning. Two others were hurt Sunday, police said. Specifics about what happened were not released.
Each incident happened in the north campus residential area.
“Security and patrols have been increased throughout the campus to ensure the safety and well-being of our students,” police wrote in a report.
Southern has not released information directly to the public about the situation.
Campus police are investigating.
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