Butler County sheriffs deputies block the Ohio 122 entrance to Madison Jr./Sr. High School on Monday, Feb. 29 after a school shooting. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Shootings at K-12 schools in Ohio in the past 50 years

Jan. 20, 2017, West Liberty:One student is shot at West Liberty-Salem High School in Champaign County. The student’s condition is critically stable, and the shooter reportedly in custody.

Oct. 13, 2016, Columbus: Two 16-year-olds are arrested and accused of shooting two Linden-McKinley STEM Academy students from a moving car as students left school at the end of the day. The injuries were not fatal.

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Feb. 29, 2016, Madison Twp.: James Austin Hancock, 14, is convicted and sentenced to six years in juvenile detention after shooting fellow students at Madison Junior/Senior High. Two are hit by gunfire and two by shrapnel. All survive.

Feb. 27, 2012, Chardon:T.J. Lane, 17, kills three students and injures three more at Chardon High School. He is sentenced to life without parole.

Oct. 10, 2007, Cleveland: Suspended student Asa Coon, 14, opens fire at SuccessTech Academy. Two teachers and two students are hurt before Coon kills himself.

Nov. 7, 1994, Wickliffe: Keith Ledeger, 37, kills a custodian at Wickliffe Middle School and wounds four other adults. He is convicted and dies in prison.

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Sources: FBI.gov, Ballotpedia, Everytownresearch.org

Note: Does not include suicides or attempted suicides. The 1984 fatal shooting of a school bus driver in Celina is not included here because it did not happen at the school.

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