ROSEMEAD, Calif. (KABC) -- A heavy police presence descended on Rosemead High School Thursday out of concerns about a possible gunman showing up on campus.
The incident began with a call about an individual with a gun at a home in the area. The person may have connections to the school and officers were sent to campus as a precaution.
Officers were seen searching through the campus and corralling students into one location for their safety.
Although the initial reports indicated that the gunman had shot a family member, the home where the call originated was searched and no victims were found, according to fire department officials.
Students were later allowed to exit campus.
Concerns about possible gunman cause scare at Rosemead High School