SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — San Jose police arrested a suspect wanted on a felony warrant in a gang investigation following a search that caused a “shelter-in-place” order to be issued Friday afternoon.

The suspect fled from an apartment in the area of Vine and Grant streets around 3 p.m. when officers attempted to enter an apartment on a warrant, according to police.

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Police asked the public to avoid the area, which is near the Interstate Highway 280 interchange with state Highway 17, and directed students and employees at a nearby school to shelter in place as a precaution.

However, police said there was no threat to the campus and officers helped direct parents of the school’s students to another location to pick up their children, Morales said.

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The suspect was located and arrested in the area around 6:15 p.m., police said.

The area was deemed safe and all roadways were reopened.

There were no other suspects at large, police said.

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