Seven people are injured in mass shootings at the Wisconsin casino before police arrest a suspected gunman
- Police swarmed around the Oneida Casino in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Saturday after a gunman went hunting
- An official Twitter account at the Casino warned of an ‘active shooter situation’ Saturday night just after 9 p.m.
- The casino later said that seven people had been injured and that the suspect was in custody
- The casino later said that all Oneida Casino locations would be closed until further notice
Police swarmed around the Oneida Casino in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Saturday night after a gunman went hunting and injured seven people.
The casino warned of an ‘active shooter situation’ in a Tweet posted at 9:18 PM telling people to stay away. The casino later said the suspect was in custody.
Agents were spotted pulling their weapons as they entered the casino on Saturday night.
Footage from the casino’s parking lot shows people running out of the building as officers arrive with arms drawn.
“There is currently an active shooter situation at the Oneida Casino,” it tweeted.
Several law enforcement agencies are working to secure the site. Please don’t go near the Main Casino on Hwy 172. ‘
A few minutes later, Oneida Casino updated their statement to say a suspect had been arrested.
The shooter is stuck. Seven people shot. The authorities are currently working to clean up the casino. Multiple law enforcement agencies on site ‘
The Oneida Casino tweeted a warning to stay away after an active shooter was on the loose
The Oneida Casino in Green Bay Wisconsin later confirmed that a suspect was in custody
At 9:51 PM, the casino issued another statement saying that all Oneida Casino locations would be closed until further notice.
On its website, the Oneida Nation says it is originally from upstate New York. It lost says it lost nearly 5 million acres of its homeland and its people later moved to Wisconsin.