TOLEDO, Ohio -- Police responding to reports of a student with a gun say they have taken a 14-year-old boy into custody after isolating him inside a Toledo high school.
SWAT team officers were called and Scott High School was locked down Monday morning.
Toledo police spokesman Lt. Mark King says the student had a pellet gun that looked like a handgun. He was taken into custody after officers fired a bean bag round at his feet. No other shots were fired and no one was hurt.
Negotiators talked to the boy during a short standoff, but officials say he didn't give a reason for bringing the gun to school. Police got the call at about 9:30 a.m. There were no details about the boy's movements at the school before the standoff.
Students were evacuated and the boy is not believed to have threatened anyone.
Toledo police posted on Twitter that the boy was in custody late Monday morning