Created on Friday, 26 April 2013 Written by AP
OBERLIN, Ohio (AP) — Police in the northern Ohio college town of Oberlin say four men have been shot and officers have the alleged gunman in custody.
Oberlin police said injuries suffered by the victims in the shooting late Thursday were not life-threatening.
The victims said they were shot after coming out of an apartment to confront another man who had made derogatory remarks.
The victims ran back to the apartment afterward and were later treated at a hospital. The alleged gunman, whose name wasn't released, was arrested without incident.
The investigation is continuing.