White House Shooting Suspect Arrested

U.S. authorities on Wednesday arrested a man in Pennsylvania suspected of shooting at the White House on Friday. U.S. Park Service police said they traced shell casings from the scene to a nearby car belonging to Oscar Ramiro Ortega, 21, who was then arrested in Indiana County, Pa. Officials said two bullets hit the White House, one reportedly cracking a window on the residential level, the same level as the president’s bedroom and the Lincoln Bedroom. President Obama was in Hawaii for the Pacific Trade Meeting at the time of the shooting.