It was a scary moment on Wednesday in the parking lot of North High School, but resource officers did not take any chances when they received reports of a man with a gun.
Police say a man was arguing with students around 3:30PM, and had what appeared to be a gun. A resource officer confronted the suspect, who then went on the other side of an SUV when asked to show his hands.
The man then pulled a gun from his waistband and threw it down, which hit a guardrail. 22-year-old Travaski Jackson was arrested without further incident.
The weapon turned out to be Colt defender air gun.
Jackson was booked into the Summit County Jail. He's charged with illegal conveyance of an object indistinguishable from a firearm into a school safety zone, facsimile firearm, inducing panic, criminal trespassing, and tampering with evidence.