A 22-year-old man is in custody after bringing a gun onto the University of Arizona campus Wednesday morning, causing a lockdown.
University police say they received reports of a suspicious man in the area of the university union with a gun at 9:42 am.
Officers responded and attempted to make contact with a man matching the description, who tried to evade authorities.
A short foot pursuit ensued, according to UAPD. An email sent to UA students and employees stated that the man was in custody at around 10:30 am, and the all-clear was given shortly thereafter.
The man, Hunter Paddlety, was booked into the Pima County jail on charges of reckless display of a deadly weapon, disorderly conduct and interference or obstruction of an educational institution.
UAPD said Paddlety is not a student at the university.