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Woman tackled the ground after appearing in San Diego church with gun



SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – Church dealers tackled a woman who allegedly entered a Clairemont church on Sunday morning with a gun and a baby, said San Diego Police.

The incident happened just after noon at 4350 Mt. Everest Blvd. at Tsidkenu Church, a non-religious church on the property of Mt. Everest Academy.

According to police, the woman who was identified as 31-year-old Anna Conkey went into the church with a gun and a 10-month-old baby.

"The woman walked up the stage and threatened to break the church while waving the gun," San Diego police said in a press release.

"She said madness that the rapture was not real and everyone goes to hell", a witness recalled.

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Conkey was allegedly tackled by churchmen and nobody was hurt. Pictures from outside the church show police officers carrying a small child away from the scene.

The gun was restored and determined not to be loaded, police said. A bomb unit searched the area, but found no explosives.

Officers took the child and Conkey's 5-year-old daughter, found during a follow-up study, to care for child welfare services. Both seemed to be healthy and unheard of, police said.

The incident happened as police ruled patrols in the San Diego churches Sunday after blasts in Sri Lanka, who left more than 200 dead and hundreds more injured.

The chief of police in San Diego, David Nisleit, said in a tweet that the department decided to strengthen the patrols out of an "abundance of caution."

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Mt. Everest Academy is an independent study school that serves grades K-1

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