Gunfire erupted early Friday at President Donald Trump's golf resort, as a man shouting anti-Trump rhetoric draped a flag over a lobby counter and exchanged fire with officers in what one official called an "ambush" before being arrested, police said.
Yellow warning tape was seen stretched throughout the principle gate of the Trump Nationwide Doral Golf Membership Friday morning following the in a single day rampage, during which the shooter reportedly burst into the property for unknown causes and draped an American flag over a foyer counter whereas spraying bullets.
Chief Hernan Organvidez of the Doral Police Department said the police received word of an active shooter around 1:30 a.m.
"These officers did not hesitate for one second to engage this individual who was actively shooting in the lobby of the hotel", Director Juan Perez of the Miami-Dade Police, said, according to The Sun-Sentinel. When they entered, a shootout occurred between one Miami-Dade officer and for Doral police officers.
A Doral police officer suffered a broken wrist and was taken to Baptist Hospital.
Earlier reports said a police officer had wounded the suspect.
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"He did succeed (in luring police), and he did lose", Perez said.
Initial reports are that he had been waving an American flag inside the lobby of the resort and anxious workers called 911, WTVJ-Ch.
Trump's son Eric thanked police in a tweet Friday morning.
"We are a very safe community", he said.
The U.S. Secret Service says it has agents on the scene and is working with other law enforcement after a shooting at the Trump National Doral resort in south Florida.
The Trump National Doral Golf Club, an 800-acre resort outside Miami, is the former host of a PGA Tour event. According to CBS4 News in Miami.