Police on Friday called off a search for a man possibly carrying a gun or other weapon at a North Carolina university and classes were expected to return to their normal schedule by mid-afternoon.
Shortly after 9 a.m., the campus of North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro was locked down after university police received a report of an armed man near one of the main classroom buildings.
No shots were fired, university officials reported. A little after noon local time, a search by university and local police turned up no sign or an armed man.
Other local schools that had been locked down because of the search also resumed their normal schedules, according to Greensboro’s News & Record.