Police: Cholla HS on lockdown after report of someone with gun - Tucson News Now

Lockdown: TUSD sets up info center for Cholla HS parents

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson Police say Cholla High Magnet School is under lockdown orders because of a report of someone with a gun.

Parents of Cholla students can go to the Archer Center, 1655 S. La Cholla Blvd., for information from Tucson Unified School District officials.

According to police, school security personnel reported seeing someone with a gun.

Police are at the school looking for the person identified by security.

Cholla is located at 2001 W. Starr Pass Boulevard on Tucson's west side.

Tucson News Now has a crew at the scene. Watch KOLD News 13 at Noon and come back here for the latest updates on this story.

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