By Walt Hunter
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) –– Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey says so far no gun has been found, and no charges filed, in connection with a “man with a gun” call that led to a lockdown at Community College of Philadelphia and a huge police response.READ MORE: Kaylin Johnson, Teen Killed In West Philadelphia Triple Shooting, Remembered As 'Definition Of Freak Athlete'
Heavily armed SWAT teams searched the school just after 9:30 a.m. after a “man with a gun” was reported to have run inside. Police say their initial reports indicated the man had a dispute with a CCP student outside the school before running inside.
Two hours after the search began, a 17-year-old man was taken into custody at an adjoining school and was brought to Central detectives to be questioned. Police say he did not resist, was not carrying a weapon and is not charged with any crime.READ MORE: Man Shot In Parking Lot of Courtyard Marriott Hotel, Philadelphia Police Say
Around 5 p.m., seven detectives returned to campus to move forward with the investigation.
Police emphasize whatever did happen, it is not connected to Monday’s cyberthreats at local campuses.MORE NEWS: Bucks County Police Officer Among 4 Men Arrested For Attempting To Lure Child For Sex In Atlantic City: Officials
As police continue trying to piece together exactly what did happen at CCP, the school is expected to be open with normal activities on Wednesday morning.