All-clear given after lockdown at College of The Mainland in Texas City

Texas City police say a report of a domestic disturbance off campus led to a lockdown at the College of The Mainland main campus nearby on Thursday morning.

The all-clear was issued for the campus around 9:20 a.m., and there were no reports of any injuries to anyone on campus.

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According to TCPD, around 8:13 a.m., officers responded to a call at an apartment in the 8600 block Emmette F. Lowrey Expressway. Police say they were advised that a male suspect had fired a gun inside of his vehicle with a female victim and a child inside.

Responding officers spotted the suspect, who fled on foot, police say.

Officers began to search the area, and located a firearm believed to have been used by the suspect, police say. The suspect was not located at the time

Police say the suspect was later seen running east, and due to the proximity of the campus, the College of The Mainland was put on lockdown.

"No time during the search was the college campus or any students in danger and directly involved in the incident," TCPD said in a news release.

According to College of the Mainland officials, the campus was first asked to shelter at 8:33 a.m. while police investigated the initial report of the suspect firing shots off campus.

COM officials say around 8:55 a.m. COM PD reported possibly seeing an individual matching the description of the suspect on campus. A lockdown was activated, and everyone was asked to stay in a locked or secure location while COM PD and Texas City police searched the campus.

About 25 minutes later, the all-clear was given.

"Officials have determined that campus operations can proceed as normal at this time," the all-clear message read.

Texas City police say they have identified the suspect, and charges are pending.