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CHARDON, Ohio — Emergency 911 calls that sent police to the shooting scene at Chardon High School Monday morning have been released and show the uncertain situation to which police were responding.

The dispatcher described “an active shooter” in the school and told emergency crews where to find the victims.

On Tuesday, the suspect, T.J. Lane, appeared in juvenile court. According to Prosecutor David Joyce, 17-year-old Lane told police he chose his victims at random. For more on that story, click here.