Officers say 57-year-old Timothy Ryan of Canandaigua had two licensed handguns in his vehicle. While the handguns are legally registered, it is illegal to bring a firearm onto school property. Ryan was at the school as a subcontractor construction worker.

A construction subcontractor was arrested at a Webster elementary school Tuesday morning after police responded to the school for a "suspicious" person.

A parent dropping off their child at Klem South Elementary School called the police around 8:20 a.m. after seeing a suspicious person in his vehicle parked at the school.

Officers found 57-year-old Timothy Ryan of Canandaigua inside his pickup truck. Two licensed handguns were found in Ryan's vehicle. While the handguns are legally registered, it is illegal to bring a firearm onto school property.

Ryan was taken into custody without incident.

The school was placed under lockout for a few minutes as a precaution. At no time were the school, students, staff, or neighbors in danger, police say.

Ryan is charged with felony criminal possession of a weapon on school grounds. He posted $20,000 bond and is due back in court in November.