Ex-food worker smashes up cars at Green Bay's Lambeau Field

Hope Soto
December 23, 2017

Green Bay's police chief says one person is in custody after a disturbance that drew numerous law enforcement and emergency agencies to Lambeau Field in Green Bay. 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.

Smith says a dispute happened between a former employee and current employee of the contracted food service for the stadium.

The suspect, a 20-year-old man, rammed the victim's vehicle in the parking lot.

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He was sacked after an incident on December 3 in which he got into a physical fight with another food service employee.

Green Bay Police were called to Lambeau Field at about 1:07 p.m. Vehicle access to that area normally is restricted but a gate was up to make way for another vehicle and the suspect drove down into the stadium before eventually crashing into a storage room inside Lambeau. The suspect rammed into the person's auto and damaged five cars in the process. The Brown County Bomb Squad also arrived on the scene. Smith says he does not anticipate this situation to affect Saturday's game.

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