Multiple law enforcement and emergency agencies converged at Lambeau Field after an incident Friday afternoon.
Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith said that both the suspect and the victim from today's dispute were at one point employees of the food service contractor used at the stadium.
Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith told reporters at a news conference that the man was sacked earlier this month after a dispute with a co-worker.
According to police, the suspect is an Asian male who is about 20 years old and lives in Green Bay.
Smith said the suspect found the victim sitting in his auto and then used his vehicle to hit the victim's auto.
He was sacked after an incident on December 3 in which he got into a physical fight with another food service employee.
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No one was injured but several cars in the stadium's parking lot were damaged.
There was a lot going on at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. on Friday.
The victim then got out of his vehicle and started running and the suspect chased him into the loading dock area of Lambeau Field.
Police say the situation is actively developing, and ask the public to stay away from Green Bay Packers facilities at this time.