Increased security at Brentwood schools after shooting

Security has increased at Brentwood schools following a shooting on Friday. Police say 16-year old Carlos Argueta shot a 22-year-old man in front of the

Police say 16-year old Carlos Argueta shot a 22-year-old man in front of the Brentwood public library. The shooting forced a lockdown at the high school.

Police say 16-year old Carlos Argueta shot a 22-year-old man in front of the Brentwood public library. The shooting forced a lockdown at the high school. (1/19/16)

BRENTWOOD - Security has increased at Brentwood schools following a shooting on Friday.

Police say 16-year old Carlos Argueta shot a 22-year-old man in front of the Brentwood public library on Friday. The shooting forced a lockdown at the high school.

Police were asked to step up patrols in the area starting on Tuesday.

The school is using a metal detector to check for weapons. They will also be doing random searches.

Police are still looking into whether the shooting was gang-related.

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