A person is in custody after reports of a person with a "deadly weapon" resulted in KTLA and Netflix being suspended on Hollywood's Hollywood streak on Thursday.
Los Angeles Police Department police officer Tony Im said the department received second-hand "second-hand" information Persons who were armed Later, I said that one person is in detention. He was not sure where the suspect was being held, but said the police had "followed" a few blocks down the 5600 street on Franklin Avenue.
It is not clear whether the person was armed when she was taken into custody.
Sky5's video showed several patrol cars outside Franklin residences on North Gramercy Place.
KTLA employees were not informed if the suspension was lifted.
Sunset Boulevard in the area is shut down, as shown by aerial photos of Sky5.
In a statement, Netflix said officials would have received an indication of a potential law enforcement incident. The police lead a lot of caution. There is no immediate danger or threat to our employees.
Sunset Bronson Studios staff, located near the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Van Ness Avenue, were not allowed to leave the area after the reported incident. Employees were also not allowed in the studio during the investigation.
At least a dozen LAPD officers were seen at the entrance to the street on Van Ness Avenue, near the Netflix building.
The KTLA station management informed the employees as a "precautionary measure" to "go indoors" and get away from the windows.
People were brought out of the Netflix queue build In the middle of the video, an aerial view of Sky5 was shown.
No further information about the incident was published.
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Matt Phillips of KTLA contributed to this story.