Wisconsin police responded on Saturday night to reports of a mass shooting at Oneida Casino in Green Bay, about four miles from the Lambo field.
The Green Bay Press-Gazette reported that the suspect was in custody. There was a huge response from law enforcement. A casino spokesman said an unspecified number of people had been shot.
“I don’t believe the shooter is already active, but the situation is active because (law enforcement) are there and still clearing the property,” said Bobby Webster, public relations director at Oneida Nation. The casino warned the public to avoid the area.
A witness told Fox 11 that they had arrived in the casino car park and noticed people fleeing the place. The witness ̵
The crowd at the casino was probably larger than normal, as it was the Kertuki Derby management on Saturday.
Videos posted on social media show people fleeing the parking lot, where many police vehicles with flashing lights can be seen.
Max Westphal said he was standing outside after being evacuated due to a minor problem he said was.
“Suddenly we hear a massive wave of shots – certainly 20 to 30 shots,” Westphal told WBAY-TV
Oneida Nation said it was closing all its casinos until further notice.
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Green Bay police and the Brown County Sheriff’s Office did not immediately release further details. Fox News is told that investigators are setting up a media area near the casino and that there will be more information.
This is an evolving story. Check again with Fox News for updates.