Maison DesChamps was arrested last May after free climbing to the top of San Francisco's 1,070-foot Salesforce Tower
PHOENIX (KGO) -- A man who climbed Salesforce tower in San Francisco last May was taken into custody Tuesday after free-climbing a tall building in downtown Phoenix.
Maison DesChamps, who calls himself the "Pro-life Spiderman," climbed Chase Tower in Phoenix, Arizona Tuesday morning, according to a video on his Instagram account.
"I'm climbing the Chase Tower in Phoenix Arizona!," he wrote.
The Phoenix Fire Department first reported about the incident at 9:06 a.m. on Twitter writing, "Technical Rescue Teams are on the scene of a rescue near Central Ave & Monroe St. We please ask you to avoid this area."
Nearly two hours later at 10:52 a.m., officials said firefighters have completed a rescue operation assisting an individual off the Chase Tower.
No injuries were reported, officials said.
DesChamps was arrested last May after free climbing to the top of the 1,070-foot Salesforce Tower, the second tallest skyscraper in California.
He told ABC7's Stephanie Sierra, he started climbing to raise money for anti-abortion charities.
"At any point did you regret doing it?" she asked.
"No... it was fun," DesChamps said. "I'd do it again."
He told ABC7 he planned that climb for a month using Google Maps to assess building.
Phoenix police say DesChamps was arrested and faces charges of trespassing and criminal nuisance, according to ABC affiliate, KNXV in Phoenix.
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