Grambling State University Police tell us they received several reports of shorts fired from students shortly before midnight. 
    
However, when they arrived on the scene they told me they were unable to locate any victims, shell casings or evidence that indicated their was a shooting. 
    
Campus police along with Grambling City and Louisiana State Police Officers worked to search the area. 
   
As a precaution, Grambling State University Police Chief Howard Caviness says students were sent a text notification to keep them informed. 
   
Campus spokesman Will Sutton told our partners at The News-Star “there was no evidence found that any weapons were discharged.” 

The investigation follows tragedy that struck the campus last week when two 23-year-old males were gunned down outside a dorm. 

Grambling senior Earl Andrews and his friend Monquairious Caldwell were killed outside J.D.E Bowen Hall. Less than 48 hours later, the shooter Grambling freshman Jaylin M. Wayne turned himself in after learning his arrest warrant had been issued. 

Anyone who sees or hears anything suspicious, is encouraged to call  Grambling State University Police at 318-247- 3811.