Shelter-in-place lifted after shooting in Chandler neighborhood; no arrests made
CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - A shelter-in-place was lifted after a shooting at a Chandler home on Monday. It happened near Dobson and Ray roads around 11:30 a.m. Police said the shooting was domestic violence related, and one person was hospitalized. Some schools in the area had entered into lockdowns or lockouts as officers swarmed the neighborhood searching for the suspect. Witnesses told Arizona’s Family say some retail stores had also been under lockdown.
About an hour later, those restrictions were lifted, but there was still no sign of the shooter. Police haven’t released a suspect description. It’s also unclear how badly the victim was hurt. Dobson Road has since reopened between Ray Road and Galveston Street, but drivers and residents should expect a heavy police presence as the investigation continues.
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