ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Several schools in the Arlington Independent School District were put on lockout Monday afternoon Sept. 27, but that ended around 3:00 p.m.

CBS 11 News has learned it was around 12:30 p.m. when officers were sent to a gas station near Arkansas and Sherry after  receiving reports of shots fired.

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They did not find anyone who had been shot or hurt.

Later, Arlington Police said they were notified by Medical City Arlington that a 17-year-old man showed up at their ER with a gunshot wound to the foot.

His injuries are non-life threatening.

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Arlington Police said they believe the victim was involved in the fight at the gas station, but he has not been cooperating with officers.

As a precaution, earlier in the day, three nearby schools were all placed on lockout.

Administrators sent the following information out –

“Due to nearby police activity, three Arlington ISD schools are in a lockout, including Adams Elementary, Atherton Elementary and Sam Houston High School. A lockout means that all exterior school doors are locked from the inside to prevent persons from entering the building. Students continue with their learning as police conduct their investigation in the surrounding areas. Initially, Sam Houston High School was on lockdown but that was lifted when police determined that there was no imminent threat to students or staff inside the building.”

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