Shots fired report at Waukesha Baymont hotel, suspect in custody

Law enforcement vehicles sit outside Baymont by Wyndham, 2111 E. Moreland Blvd., in Waukesha on Friday, April 29, 2022, after a report of shots being fired inside a room at the hotel.

WAUKESHA – Authorities took a person into custody Friday night time ending a standoff at Baymont by Wyndham that started following a 911 call that documented photographs becoming fired within a home at the lodge.

Legislation enforcement was dispatched to the hotel just in advance of 6 p.m., when officers from a number of Waukesha County departments proceeded to blocked off streets and evacuated hotel guests as perfectly as other companies surrounding the hotel at 2111 E. Moreland Blvd.

A selection of armored legislation enforcement autos responded to the lodge.

 “What we’re working with is an situation surrounding shots fired before,” said Deputy Main Dennis Angle of the Waukesha Law enforcement Division, speaking as the circumstance was unfolding. “We have a whole lot of unique resources – attempting to get a suspect into custody ideal now. There are no accidents reported at this time.”

The human being was taken into custody around 8:45 p.m.

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Authorities send out out reverse 911 notify

The hotel is positioned in a chaotic professional spot in Waukesha about a mile west of the I-94 and Highway 18 interchange. 

Authorities despatched out a reverse 911 inform inquiring individuals in a half-mile radius of the hotel to prevent the region.

Officers established up a command publish at the close by Waukesha Skateland facility.