A shooting at Chapel Ridge Apartments in Shawnee prompted a brief lockdown of nearby schools Wednesday afternoon, and by late evening, police confirmed the case was a homicide.

Update: Early Thursday morning, Shawnee Police Detective Ronnie Wilson said Antonio M. Sambrano, 18, is being held in the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center on a complaint of first-degree murder. A formal charge has not yet been filed.

A shooting at Chapel Ridge Apartments in Shawnee prompted a brief lockdown of nearby schools Wednesday afternoon, and by late evening, police confirmed the case was a homicide.

Shawnee Police Sgt. Dan Shumaker said late Wednesday night that the shooting victim had died from his wounds and confirmed the case is being investigated as a homicide. While police weren't saying much or releasing any other details about the ongoing investigation, Shumaker said detectives would be continuing their probe throughout the night.

It was just before 1:30 p.m. when emergency crews responded to a shots fired report at building 11 at Chapel Ridge Apartments, 130 E. 45h Street.

In the moments after the shooting, several nearby locations, including Shawnee Middle School, Gordon Cooper Technology Center and even a local daycare center, were reported to be on lockdown.

Shawnee Public Schools Superintendent Dr. April Grace said SMS was on a soft lockdown, which included all classrooms being locked, no one leaving and all visitors being screened before entering the building. That lockdown lasted less than an hour.

Police were busy collecting evidence at the scene for quite some time. Late Wednesday afternoon, Shawnee Police Cpl. Vivian Lozano reported a male victim had been shot and was transported to OU Medical Center. The victim's name was not released.

This is Shawnee's first homicide of the new year. Watch for updates.