Police: Indiana State shooting victim not ‘fully cooperative in the investigation’

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TERRE HAUTE (Sept. 27, 2014) — Indiana State University police called a shooting on the university campus Saturday evening an isolated incident.

A male student reported that he was shot while walking near the Lincoln Quad residence hall shortly before 6:30 p.m. Police describe the victim as conscious and alert. The student went to a Terre Haute hospital for treatment.

Police are certain that the victim was the sole intended target. He knew the suspect and both were together for more than an hour earlier in the day. While police continue to probe the case, they say the shooting victim hasn’t been been fully cooperative with the investigation.

The university is beginning to return to normal conditions, but students and staff are being urged to report any suspicious activity.

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