Police respond to incident at Lambeau Field

GREEN BAY WI – SEPTEMBER 28 Jamaal Williams

GREEN BAY WI – SEPTEMBER 28 Jamaal Williams

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.

According to police, the suspect is an Asian male who is about 20 years old and lives in Green Bay.

The former employee was arrested within minutes of police arriving on scene.

Green Bay Police were called to Lambeau Field at about 1:07 p.m.

The 20-year-old man in custody is a Green Bay resident and was contractor who was sacked from a job earlier this month. No weapon was found and no shots were fired, police said. Neither of these two are employees of the Packers organization.

Smith says five vehicles were damaged, but no one was hurt.

ESPN reporter and Cover 2 contributor Rob Demovsky is citing a source that says a former stadium worker tried to get into the building through the loading dock. The suspect's vehicle was still inside as of 3 p.m. Friday.

- Matt Jarchow (@MattJarchowNews) December 22, 2017Part of the Lambeau Field parking lot was just taped off by the Brown County Sheriff after an incident in the parking lot.

This incident will not affect Saturday's game, police said.

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