Bomb squad responds to governor's offices at Oregon Capitol

SALEM, Ore. - The bomb squad responded to the governor's office at the Oregon State Capitol after an unknown man left a package there Tuesday morning.

About 20 employees were asked to leave the office space after state troopers responded at 10:50 a.m.

Bomb technicians responded and x-rayed the package, determing it contained paper items.

Employees were allowed back into the office area at 11:25 a.m.

Oregon State Police identified and took into protective custody for a mental evaluation a 48-year old Salem-area man related to the package.

The man was taken to Salem Hospital for the evaluation and was not arrested.