Updated at 12:25 p.m. ET
CHARDON, Ohio - A gunman opened fire inside a high school cafeteria at the start of the school day Monday, wounding five students, one of whom later died, authorities said. A suspect — believed to be a student — was arrested a short distance away.
The suspect was taken into custody near his car about half a mile from the suburban Cleveland school, said FBI agent Vicki Anderson. The Geauga County Sheriff's Office said that the suspect turned himself in after being chased out of the school by a teacher, CBS News reports.
At a news conference announcing the victim's death, Chardon Police Chief Timothy McKenna said the suspect hasn't been charged and his name isn't being released because he is a juvenile.
The sheriff's office identified the victims as four male students and one female student, CBS News reports. Earlier, CBS affiliate WOIO-TV in Cleveland reported on air that a 17-year-old boy was listed in serious condition and an 18-year-old woman was in stable condition at the Cleveland Clinic's Hillcrest Hospital in suburban Cleveland.