CHARDON, Ohio -- 911 calls have been released in the Chardon High School shootings.
The calls recorded by the Chardon Police Department and Geauga County Sheriff's Office give a harrowing glimpse inside the schools as students and teachers tried to survive the shootings.
The 911 describe a scene of panic as people ran for cover and described the teen gunman as shooting at random.
When asked if the student firing the gun had an issue with the victims, one caller responded "I have no idea. He's very quiet and doesn't really talk to anyone."
The Chardon High School shootings have now claimed the lives of three students. One victim remains hospitalized. A fifth victim was released from the hospital.
The teen arrested in the shootings, TJ Lane, had a hearing Tuesday where a juvenile court judge ordered him held in custody.
Prosecutor David Joyce says it's likely Lane will face three counts of aggravated murder and other offenses.
Joyce disputed the theories that the shootings were the result of bullying and said Lane did not know the victims.