- Associated Press - Monday, December 8, 2014

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - An arrest warrant has been issued for a man who allegedly carried weapons near an Albuquerque elementary school last week, triggering a massive manhunt.

Albuquerque police announced Monday that 28-year-old Andrew Godsey is wanted on suspicion of disorderly conduct, unlawful carrying and negligent use of a deadly weapon and other charges.

Police put Manzano Mesa Elementary School on lockdown for several hours on Dec. 1 as they searched for the man. Sandia National Laboratories and nearby businesses were also locked down during the four-hour manhunt.

Police received reports that a man holding a rifle and a handgun was acting suspiciously. Some callers said he was hiding behind trees as if a sniper. Nobody was injured.

Godsey was found in custody in Sandoval County on an unrelated matter last Thursday.

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