The Dallas Morning News
SL Carroll graduate wounded in shooting
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University said sophomore safety Andrew Chelf, from Southlake Carroll, was wounded in an off-campus shooting over the weekend.
West Lafayette police said Chelf suffered a single gunshot wound to the torso about 3 a.m. Sunday. He was hospitalized for treatment.
Police Capt. David Van Vactor told the Lafayette Journal & Courier investigators believe someone shot Chelf but that no arrests were immediately made.
The Purdue athletic department said in a statement it was grateful Chelf was recovering and had offered assistance to his family.
Chelf played little during his first two seasons at Purdue, but had seven tackles in the Boilermakers’ spring game the day before the shooting.