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Student arrested in Indiana State shooting

An arrest has been made in the shooting at Indiana State University. 

A student from Indianapolis was arrested Sunday, according to the Associated Press. Calvin McCauley, 21, was arrested on a preliminary charge of attempted murder.

A male student was shot at Indiana State University at approximately 6:30 p.m. Saturday near the Lincoln Quadrangle residence hall, according to a press release from the university.

Police reported the student was alive and conscious at the time and that his injuries did not seem life-threatening. He was admitted to a Terre Haute hospital.

Police believe the incident was isolated.

The victim was able to give a general description of who may have been responsible. Police believed the individuals responsible left the area.

ISU Police Chief Joe Newport said Sunday morning that the student was recovering following a surgery to remove the bullet, which was lodged in the left side of his buttocks.

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