According to KTLA, the lockdown began when a fired Netflix employee called a former colleague saying he was on the studio lot with a gun and ready to take action. The suspect was never actually on the lot, and when he was arrested, no gun was found. The early reports of an active shooter were inaccurate.Update, 8:45 pm:
That person was taken into custody around 8 p.m. EST, according to KTLA, but was never actually on the lot. A Netflix employee who;d recently been fired allegedly called in a threat to a former coworker. He said he had a gun and was on the lot and ;ready to take action,; prompting the lockdown, police told KTLA.Police did not find any gun when they took the man into custody.