Police respond to emergency situation at Lambeau Field
GREEN BAY — Multiple law enforcement and emergency agencies converged at Lambeau Field after an incident Friday afternoon.
The Green Bay Press-Gazette reports police had cordoned off the southern end of the stadium parking lot where multiple cars were damaged.
Two people who work in the stadium said they were told a man driving a vehicle hit one car that became wedged beneath a minivan. The man then drove into the stadium’s loading dock where he hit a booth and crashed to a stop, according to the news report. No injuries were reported.
Chief Andrew Smith says #Lambeau lot a huge crime scene right now. One suspect in custody. Tried to drive into loading dock and hit several vehicles. No injuries. No weapons, other than vehicle. #LambeauFieldIncident
— Jeff Bollier (@GBstreetwise) December 22, 2017
Authorities have not yet made a public statement about the incident, but the Press-Gazette reported one person was taken into custody.
The Press-Gazette said agencies that responded to the stadium include the Brown County Sheriff’s Office, Wisconsin State Patrol, Green Bay Police Department and the Green Bay Metro Fire Department. The Brown County Bomb Squad also arrived on the scene.