Who is Naval Air Station Corpus Christi Active Shooter? Lockdown Near Northgate, Corpus Christi

Naval Air Station Corpus Christi Active Shooter

Durham’s Northgate Mall Active Shooter: Lockdown Near Northgate, Corpus Christi

shooter at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi in Texas has been “neutralized,” the US Navy said in a statement Thursday morning.

One member of the Naval Security Forces has been injured, the statement said.
“All gates on the installation remain closed while first responders process the scene,” the Navy said. “NCIS is en route, and state and local law enforcement are on scene.”
The FBI also responded to the incident and is assisting in the investigation, according to a spokeswoman for the bureau’s field office in Houston.

Police responded to a shooting call outside the Macy’s at Northgate Mall in Durham Thursday afternoon.
No one was hurt, but shots were fired outside the mall.
Police said three people were in custody one in connection with the shooting and two on outstanding warrants.
A deputy saw one person fire shots, and investigators are looking for a silver sedan seen leaving the area.
Witnesses said some shoppers dove for cover. One car was hit by bullets.
NAS’ official Facebook page posted confirmation that their Naval Security Forces responded to an active shooter at 6:15 this morning.

They reported that the shooter “has been neutralized,” and first responders are on the scene, advising those in the vicinity to remain indoors and away from windows.
Paul McCleary, journalist at Breaking Defense, said on Twitter one Security Force member was injured, and all gates on the installation remained closed while first responders processed the scene.
Corpus Christi Police have confirmed the incident on their Facebook page.

More information will be reported as this story develops.