OZAUKEE COUNTY (WITI) -- Ozaukee County Sheriff's officials say a suspect is in custody in connection with a shots fired/domestic violence incident that led to a search in and around the Town of Grafton on Monday, April 21st. Law enforcement officials are currently seeking a second suspect.
Ozaukee County Sheriff's officials say shots were fired at a home on Lakefield Road in the Town of Grafton on Monday -- in what Sheriff's officials are calling a domestic incident.
Officials continue to search for a second suspect in this case -- whom they have identified as 16-year-old Joseph Torres.
Ozaukee County Sheriff's officials say Torres should be considered armed and dangerous.
"Witnesses said that it was a handgun. That's as much as we know about the weapon that was used. We did not find that on scene, so we're suspecting that he still has it with him," Ozaukee County Sheriff's Lt. Christy Knowles said.
Anyone who sees this individual or may have information as to his whereabouts is asked to contact law enforcement.
"Friends, family -- we're hoping that they get in contact with him and speak with him and have him come forward and go from there," Lt. Knowles said.
FOX6 News has learned schools within the Cedarburg School District were locked down on Monday from about noon until the end of the school day as this investigation unfolded.
This was done for the safety of the more than 3,000 students in the district.
"They did suggest that we go into a lockdown. Really nobody in, nobody out during that time frame. We were in communication with police. They provided us with as much information as they could," Joel Koch, Director of Pupil Services at Cedarburg High School said.
Even with the search ongoing, students in Cedarburg were given the all-clear.
"They indicated that the incident moved more towards the Grafton area and they did not feel that it was a threat for the Cedarburg schools," Koch said.
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