At least four students have been injured in a shooting this morning at Chardon High School.
Multiple reports say that one suspect was arrested and police are searching for at least one other person. The boy who is in custody is being processed at the Geauga County Sheriff's office, according to reports about 9 a.m.
Geauga County Sheriff's spokesman John Hiscox confirmed there had been a shooting in the school, but would give no details shortly after 8 this morning.
A local official confirmed the number of students. He said three boys and a girl were injured. Four ambulances -- from Chardon, Kirtland, Burton and Chesterland -- are waiting at the door of the high school at 8:15 a.m.
Chardon is a very small town in north eastern Ohio, with a population just over 5,000. In towns like that everybody knows everybody and it's going to be much harder to heal. Keep the victims and town in your thoughts as they sort out what has happened.