Updated July 12, 2019 at 11:30 a.m.
Indiana University Police Department Capt. of Administration Craig Munroe says the alert was triggered by a report of a stabbing at Merrill Hall on IU's Bloomington campus.
The incident involved two juvenile campers, one male and one female. Munroe says the boy stabbed the girl with an unknown object and caused several superficial wounds. He then left the scene.
IUPD officers picked up the boy off campus. He's currently in custody on campus. The girl has been taken to IU Health Bloomington Hospital.
Updates to follow.
Indiana University sent an alert out to students and staff Friday morning about the report of a subject with a knife near Merrill Hall on the Bloomington campus.
The original alert was sent at 10:17 a.m. and advised students and staff to shelter in place and lock doors if possible. IU said police were doing a protective sweep of the Jacobs School Practice Building.
Update: Police are doing a protective sweep of the Jacobs School Practice Building. If you are in the Practice Building stay in place and keep doors locked until you receive an IU Notify Alert update.— Indiana University Bloomington (@IUBloomington) July 12, 2019
IU's campus buses temporarily suspended service during the alert.
Thirty-five minutes after the original alert, IU emergency officials reported that the threat was no longer imminent and the subject had been detained off campus.
Police are still active near the Jacobs School of Music.
This post will be updated.