Scott Bowers, who lives at the apartment complex, said that he was playing video games when he heard pops outside that he thought were firecrackers at first. But when he looked outside and saw a man with a gun, he took shelter and waited for authorities to come to him.
"I was laying on the floor for three hours, shaking," he said. A SWAT team escorted him out of his apartment around 6:20 pm
Police asked people to avoid the area and for nearby residents to remain indoors.
Officer Radd Rotello, a Frisco police spokesman, reiterated at a news conference that residents should "stay safe and in their homes" with a shooting suspect still at large.
"We are working with surrounding agencies as a team to get it resolved safely and as soon as possible, "he said.
Eastbound Lebanon Road was closed to the apartment complex while authorities continued their investigation.
Across the street, Starwood Montessori School was placed on lockout, and parents lined
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