UPDATE 3:12 p.m.:
The situation involving the active shooter in the Hawthorne Circle area of northwest Manhattan has been resolved and Riley County Police Director Brad Schoen said it has been resolved with no further injuries.
According to Schoen, the suspect peacefully turned himself over to police authorities. Schoen stressed that the scene is still active, as it will take time to process the scene.
Bergman Elementary School will remain in lockout for a while longer while RCPD continues the investigation. Schoen did not have a specific timeframe as to when that would be lifted.
Schoen declined to comment as to specific charges the suspect, who has not yet been identified, will possibly face.
UPDATE 2:36 p.m.:
RCPD Director Brad Schoen gave a brief press conference and stated the shooting had occurred at 3716 Hawthorne Circle and involved a male suspect who had barricaded himself inside the home following a “domestic situation.”
The woman involved in the situation left the residence and was uninjured. It is currently believed the suspect is alone in the house.
Schoen said negotiations are ongoing, though he did add the man was currently unresponsive to police efforts.
Bergman Elementary School is in lockdown, per RCPD.
ORIGINAL: Riley County police officers are currently on the scene of what is being called an “officer-involved shooting” in the 3700 block of Hawthorne Woods Circle.
According to RCPD Public Information Officer Hali Rowland, emergency crews were on the scene of the reported shooting. One officer was was shot and suffered a “non-life threatening gunshot wound,” according to a release.
No additional information is available at this time, though RCPD is asking that anyone in the area of Hawthorne Woods Circle please stay indoors until an all-clear is given, as the situation remains active as of this posting.
The shooting happened in the northwest portion of Manhattan. It was first reported to KMAN just before 12:30 p.m.