CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A student at Johnson C. Smith University was shot Sunday morning, school officials said.
The school said a male student was sitting in a car on campus when the shooter opened fire.
The student was hit once, but school officials said he wasn’t the target.
Medic said earlier that the victim was in critical condition, but now the school said the student did not suffer a life-threatening injury.
The school also said several persons of interest have been taken into custody.
None of them are students at the school.
Officials put a curfew into effect at the school, which lasted until 7 a.m.
The university’s president, Dr. Ronald L. Carter, spoke at a press conference just after 7 a.m.