A disruptive person forced a Carmel Valley school to go into lockdown Tuesday afternoon.
According to the San Diego Police Department, an "irate" person was on the campus of Cathedral Catholic High School at 5555 Del Mar Heights Rd. around 2:30 p.m. The individual was quickly detained by school security, police said.
School officials placed the school on lockdown during the ordeal.
We are currently in a lock-down situation. Our students and faculty are safe. No one is in danger. Will keep you updated. #prayers — Cathedral Catholic (@CCHSDONS) September 9, 2014
As of 2:50 p.m., Cathedral Catholic was no longer on lockdown.
Multiple students tweeted that a roller blader caused the disruption. No one was injured.