Fired Food Worker Arrested after Ramming Vehicle at Lambeau

Fired Food Worker Arrested after Ramming Vehicle at Lambeau

Fired Food Worker Arrested after Ramming Vehicle at Lambeau

There was a lot going on at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. on Friday.

Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith said, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, that the man was taken into custody six minutes after a call to 911 and said he is a former food service contractor who tried to ram a former co-worker with the vehicle.

Police and fire officials rushed to the scene, but there were not many details given.

Green Bay's Police Chief says his department isn't looking for anybody else, and nobody was hurt in the incident. However, after investigating police found there was no active shooter and instead it was a disturbance involving a disgruntled former food service employee and a vehicle.

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ABC affiliate WBAY said that a former employee of a company providing food services at the stadium rammed his vehicle into a auto in the parking lot, chased a victim and drove into a storage area in the stadium.

According to police, the suspect is an Asian male who is about 20 years old and lives in Green Bay. Smith added that no weapons - besides the auto - were involved and no one was injured.

The Packers play the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The gate to the loading dock was temporarily up for deliveries, police said.

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