The shooting at a Tennessee high school basketball game left one person dead and another in critical condition.

On Tuesday night, law enforcement agencies responded to a call regarding shots fired at a game between Humboldt High School and North Side, WBBJ News reported. There was an altercation between two men, said Humboldt Police Chief Raynard Buchanan.

The gunfire, according to Humboldt City Schools, happened following an altercation between two adults, and none of the students were injured in the incident, according to Action News 5.

The person found shot later died at the scene. He was 21-year-old, Justin Kevon Pankey from Humboldt, said cops. Xavier Clifton, 18, was the second victim, who was also shot and taken to a trauma center by helicopter in a serious condition.

Dontavious Cross was the third victim, who was shot as well. His injuries were non life-threatening, and was released later after getting a treatment. Shots were fired outside of the auditorium, and Buchanan said that police are not sure if the incident was gang-related or not.

On Wednesday afternoon, an 18-year-old suspect, Jadon Davon Hardiman from Jackson, was taken into custody, said police. After law enforcement's investigation, Humboldt Police charged the teen with first degree murder, attempted first degree murder, armed dangerous felons (three counts), carrying a weapon or gun onto school property and tampering with evidence. Before Hardiman was taken into custody, police described him as "armed and dangerous."

Agents and officers from Humboldt, Medina Police, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Gibson County Sheriff and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation were the ones who arrived on the scene after getting a call about the shooting. Buchanan appreciated the help of other agencies who assisted his team, and said that they responded quickly and "helped us keep a situation under control that could've gotten out of hand quickly and been worse than it already was."

Meanwhile, Wednesday classes were canceled for all Humboldt schools, reported Jackson Sun. North Side Principal Jason Bridgeman had crisis counselors on campus, and Jackson-Madison County Schools Superintendent Marlon King allowed students of North Side to opt for virtual learning Wednesday. Basketball game between Carroll Academy and North Side that was supposed to happen Thursday night was postponed.

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