Man Opens Fire on Fox Building, Barricades Himself Nearby: Report

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A Fox News affiliate in Memphis, Tennessee, was evacuated Tuesday after a man allegedly fired a gunshot at the building. No one was injured and the man was later arrested.

WHBQ-TV reported that the man, identified as Jarred Nathan, approached a station employee at the gate outside the building. Nathan showed the employee that he had a gun.

“The [WHBQ] employee then ended the conversation and left before Nathan went to the front of the building and fired a single shot,” the outlet reported.

Nathan then barricaded himself in a restaurant down the street. He was taken into police custody about two hours after allegedly firing the shot at the Fox building.

“He wanted to meet with media. He had a message to send out,” Memphis Police Department Deputy Chief Stephen Chandler said after the incident, according to the Commercial Appeal.

Chandler said it was unclear if the shot was fired intentionally or by accident.

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