UPDATE (1:16 p.m.): The Woodstock man who was arrested after being spotted acting suspiciously outside Cherokee Charter Academy Wednesday morning has been charged, authorities say.
According to the Cherokee Sheriff's Office, 31-year-old Todd Kristopher Grigg has been charged with four counts of possession of a weapon on school grounds, carrying a concealed knife, and obstruction of an officer.
The sheriff's office says that while in custody, Grigg has told investigators that he was outside the school waiting for a ride. Grigg said that two of his relatives attend classes at Cherokee Charter Academy.
Furthermore, Grigg told investigators he fled from the scene because he knew that he was armed inside a school zone.
Grigg is currently being held in the Cherokee County Adult Detention Facility without bond.
ORIGINAL STORY (11:04 a.m.): A Woodstock man is being questioned by Cherokee Sheriff's Office detectives after he was allegedly acting suspiciously on the campus of Cherokee Charter Academy Wednesday morning.
Deputies were assisting with traffic around 7:30 a.m. when they noticed a "suspicious" man standing on school property, located at 2126 Sixes Road near Canton.
The man, identified as Todd Kristopher Grigg, 31, of Woodstock, began to walk away and then run when one deputy approached him.
Grigg was eventually caught and is being question at the Cherokee Sheriff Office's South Annex on Main Street in Woodstock.
Cherokee Sheriff's Office Spokesman Lt. Jay Baker said Grigg had on him a "BB gun that resembled a semi-automatic handgun, three knives and leather gloves."
Hill exchanged gunfire with authorities before he was captured. No one was hurt in that incident.