The U.S. Secret Service briefly evacuated part of the White House after a man jumped over the fence and made it through the North Portico doors on Friday night before being apprehended, according to media reports. The incident took place shortly after President Barack Obama and his daughters had left to join the first lady at Camp David for the weekend.

The Texas man, identified as 42-year-old Omar J. Gonzales, reportedly tried to make it into the presidential residence and ignored commands to stop, a U.S. Secret Service spokesman reportedly said. Ed Donovan told ABC News that the man was unarmed when he was caught by security inside one of the building’s main entrances. The incident, which was the second breach this month, has raised doubts about the agency’s ability to protect the president, according to The Associated Press.

"Unfortunately, they are failing to do their job," Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, who is in charge of the House subpanel on national security administration said, according to AP. "These are good men and women, but the Secret Service leadership has a lot of questions to answer."

The Secret Service reportedly said that the incident would be investigated.

"This situation was a little different than other incidents we have at the White House," spokesman Donovan reportedly said. "There will be a thorough investigation into the incident.

"The Secret Service will review the response to ensure that the proper protocol was followed,” he reportedly added.

The man was taken into custody and was charged with unlawful entry into the White House complex. Later, he was reportedly transported to a nearby hospital for medical evaluation after he complained of chest pain.

On Sept. 11, a man was reportedly taken into custody by the Secret Service for jumping over the north fence of the White House.