The Wayne County Sheriff's Office filed charges against a man Thursday they say is responsible for the altercation that sent Eastern Wayne High and Elementary schools into a temporary lockdown Wednesday.

Darius Jermaine White, 17, of 315 Randall Lane Apt. C, is charged with felony possession of a gun on a school campus, simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree trespassing.

The schools went into lockdown after a fight about a block away from the high school campus ended in shots being fired.

The Sheriff's Office says White was involved in this commotion, and then ran onto the high school campus afterward.

The school's resource officer quickly apprehended the teenager, the agency says, after the school had already been placed on lockdown.

Sgt. Brandy Jones said White was a former student at Eastern Wayne High School.

Four people were detained immediately following the incident.

Jones said nobody else had been charged in the incident as of time of this report.

Law enforcement searched for a possible fifth suspect immediately after the fight.

Jones said there did not end up being a fifth person involved in the fight.

White was put in jail under a $7,000 secured bond.