Police respond to emergency situation at Lambeau Field


A former food service employee contracted to work at Lambeau rammed his vehicle into another employee's auto Friday before chasing him and driving into the loading dock at Lambeau, Green Bay Police said. The suspect had been fired from the company earlier in the month due to a fight with another employee.

Two people who work in the stadium said they were told a man driving a vehicle hit one auto that became wedged beneath a minivan.

On Friday, the suspect went to the Lambeau Field parking lot and found the other employee in his vehicle, police said. Also, officers are gathering in the area of the loading dock on the south end of the stadium.

The former employee was arrested within minutes of police arriving on scene. He said no weapons were involved and no one was hurt. 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.

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Witnesses have told Action 2 News that someone was driving erratically in the parking lot.

Dozens of police and emergency crews on Friday flooded into the Packer's Lambeau field in response to an emergency situation.

The Brown County Sheriff's Office Bomb Squad is at the scene.