Student dormitory closes after student attacks police in Camas

JUBA, Jan 7 (Reuters) – Students at a student dormitory in CamAS in the Brazilian state of Juba have barricaded themselves in their room after the violent attack by a student who shot a policeman, local media reported on Monday.

The incident happened late on Sunday evening (local time) when police arrived at the dormitory after receiving a report of a shooting.

A student who was sleeping at the apartment at the time of the incident, who identified himself only as O.C., told the newspaper O Globo that two people were injured and a student was injured in the altercation.

He did not give any further details.

The report did not specify which police officer was injured.

The state of emergency was declared in CamS in May.

It is not clear if the gunman, who has not been named, has been detained.

The student who identified herself only as “A.

C” said that a student attacked the officer and that the police had not arrested the assailant.

A police officer in the dorms office has been killed in the attack, the newspaper said.

CamAS is a state-run university in Juba, a hub for the manufacturing of electronic goods, including smartphones.