SAN JACINTO, Ca. – A 26-year-old San Jacinto man was arrested for pointing a gun at several people at Mt. San Jacinto College, authorities said.
At around 9:27 a.m. deputies from the college, and other deputies from nearby stations responded to the campus locations at 1499 N. State Street in the City of San Jacinto for the report of a man with a gun. When they arrived the male was no longer at the scene but witness statements indicated that the man, identified as Gregory Abejon, went into the cafeteria on the campus, brandished a handgun, and threatened to shoot the students.
Abejon fled without shooting leading to a lockdown that lasted for several hours while deputies ensured that the campus was safe. Abejon was located later at the Los Angeles International Airport and was detained. He was booked into jail for terrorist threats and brandishing a firearm.
Anyone with information about this incident to contact Sergeant Barba at the Hemet Station at 951 791-3400.
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