KAHULUI (HawaiiNewsNow) - Maui police say a suspect is in custody after a barricade situation near the University of Hawaii Maui College campus on Tuesday morning.
Police earlier responded to a male who barricaded himself at the Harbor Lights condominium near the campus. The situation has been resolved, police said in a tweet.
The University of Hawaii sent out an alert just before 7 a.m., saying authorities were responding to a “possible active shooter situation” at the Harbor Lights condominium near the campus. However, police said there was no active shooter and the university made the decision to lock down as a precaution.
Parts of Maui College — including the cooperative extension, community service and RDP buildings — were initially closed.
A UH spokesman said the alert was sent out in an abundance of caution.
All buildings have since been reopened.
Hawaii News Now has reached out to Maui police for more information.
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