DOVER, Del. (AP) -- Police say a suspect is in custody in last week's shooting of two students on the Delaware State University campus.
They're not saying who was arrested or what charges the suspect will face.
The word comes as classes resume after being canceled following the shooting early Friday.
Officials say one of the wounded students has been talking with police. But the mother of the 17-year-old freshman told the Washington Post he doesn't know who the gunman was or what prompted the shooting.
The other wounded student is hospitalized with abdominal wounds. The university says she won't be questioned until her doctors give their approval.
University officials have said some kind of tension between students set off the attack.
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