WASHINGTON, DC (7News) — Momentary panic ensued at the March For Our Lives rally in D.C. Saturday when someone yelled "gunshot," 7News Ashlie Rodriguez reports.
"Once people started running, others started running, causing momentary chaos and fear," Rodriguez tweeted, adding that some marchers were left in tears.
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Police arrived, neutralized the individual and there is no threat, Rodriguez reports.
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"An individual interfered with a permitted event on the Washington Monument grounds. The individual was detained by officers. No weapons were involved and there is no risk to the public," the US Park Police tweeted, regarding the incident Saturday.
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Since the incident, U.S. Park Police said they arrested a 21-year-old during the March For Our Lives rally Saturday.
Mitchell Martinez, of Coral Gables, Florida, was arrested on the Washington Monument grounds and charged with disorderly conduct-creating fear and disorderly conduct-disrupting a gathering.