Source: Elliot Spagat / AP / ABC News
The commander of Naval Base Point Loma says a report of an armed man on the San Diego base led to detention of a serviceman who had fired a gun that shoots soft plastic pellets.
Cmdr. Scott Adams says a second serviceman was also taken into custody.
The Thursday morning report of a possible gunman led to an order that personnel shelter in place on the base, which is home to the Third Fleet command and other major units.
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