Social media reports of an active shooter prompting school lockdowns are not accurate, Chula Vista police lieutenant told NBC 7.
A man called 911 and said he had a shotgun and needed help, according to CVPD Lt. Eric Thunberg.
The man then called a friend who took him to CVPD for help.
Thunberg said there was never a danger to a school.
The original call came from a home on Rhone Valley Way at 11:06 a.m., according to Chula Vista police officials.