Orange County School Lockdown – On Thursday morning, a man sauntered onto the campus of a high school in Orange County, California, and informed security that he was carrying a pistol with him. The man was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon on school grounds. Right after that, there was an immediate implementation of a temporary lockdown at the school.
It was determined at a later time that the man had been in possession of a pocket knife at the time of the occurrence, and that knife was the one that had been used. The lockdown was lifted after some period of time, according to the Sheriff’s Department, and the suspect, who has not been identified at this time, was brought into custody and lodged in jail. It is not clear whether he was taken into custody or if he was just escorted off the premises by the security personnel. The only thing that is known about what happened next is that he was kicked off the premises.
According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, the incident took place at approximately twelve o’clock in the afternoon on the campus of San Juan Hills High School, which is located in San Juan Capistrano. The town of San Juan Capistrano is home to the educational institution. The authorities assert that the individual walked onto the campus, but that he was detained nearly immediately by school security upon entering the building where he was working.
It appears that the man disclosed to the security personnel that he was carrying a firearm when they questioned him about it when they asked him about it when they questioned him about it. According to the officials of the Sheriff’s Department, the person in question was reportedly questioned and searched by authorities after the school was placed in a lockdown mode. This information was obtained after the school had been placed under lockdown.