Secret Service Wondering Who Fired a Bullet Into the White House

Hey guys, the Secret Service just wanted to know how a bullet wound up being fired through a White House window. No biggie! The bulletproof glass made sure the bullet didn't go inside the White House, but all the same, they'd really like to know how it got there.

Oh, also, there was another bullet found lying on the lawn outside the White House? They'd really like to know who shot that one, too, or if it came from the same gun as the other bullet, or what's the deal. Of course, they're pretty sure it was Oscar Ortega-Hernandez, a mentally ill man from Idaho, seeing as he was spotted fleeing the area after shots rang out on Friday night.

A vehicle found on Friday between the Ellipse and the Washington Monument - an area just 700 or 800 yards from the White House, led authorities to issue the arrest warrant for the man, who is described as a "21-year old, Hispanic male, 5'11", 160 pounds, with a medium build, brown eyes and black hair."

They also found an AK-47 in his car, and there are rumors Ortega-Hernandez has "a fixation on the White House." But the Secret Service says it hasn't "conclusively connected Friday's incident with the bullets found on the White House grounds." So let's not jump to any conclusive conclusions! Or jump at all! Just business as usual over on the North Lawn. Yes sir. [CBS News, Photo via Flickr/etgeek]