Oscar Ortega, a man with an apparent obsession with President Barack Obama, has been arrested in Pennsylvania in connection with shooting at the White House.
After the Secret Service discovered two bullets struck the residence Friday night while the president was away, authorities launched a full scale investigation.
One bullet smashed into a window of the mansion but was halted there by ballistic glass. Additionally, a round of ammunition was found on the exterior.
The arrest of Oscar Ortega (also known as Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez), came after officials linked the 21-year-old from Idaho Falls, Idaho, to the gunfire.
A U.S. Park Police crime bulletin issued before Ortega's arrest said he has mental health issues and "should be considered unstable with violent tendencies."
Authorities are investigating his mental health and say there are indications he believed his attack on the White House was part of a personal mission from God.
There are also indications the man had become obsessed with Obama and the White House, according to two officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
A tip from someone who saw and ID'd Ortega, who was captured Wednesday at a hotel near Indiana, Pa. led to his arrest, a Secret Service spokesman said.