A gunman who opened fire at Trump National Doral, yelling about President Donald Trump while holding an American flag, was shot by police early Friday morning. He walked in an started yelling about President Trump, while draping an American flag over the lobby's front desk.
Perez said the man's immediate motive seemed to be to lure police into a gunfight.
The Doral Police Department said there were "no shooting victims", but have provided no other details.
One police officer suffered a broken arm during the incident which happened around 1:30 a.m.at the club located near Miami.
The authorities said they believed Mr. Oddi, who was shot and taken to a hospital, had acted alone in the episode, which federal, state and local law enforcement officials were reviewing on Friday.
In describing the suspect, Perez said that "this guy was ready for war, he was waiting for our officers to come in", Fox News reported.
Perez said a fire alarm was also pulled.
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Four officers entered the lobby and confronted the man. Officers shot the man who was taken to Kendall Regional Medical Center.
Initial reports are that he had been waving an American flag inside the lobby of the resort and anxious workers called 911, WTVJ-Ch.
President Trump was not in the area at the time of the shooting.
"We immediately were able to neutralize this threat", Mr. Perez said.
Perez said the U.S. Secret Service was on the scene, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation was on the way, but that local police were in charge for the time being. The huge property has 4 programs - its most signature being the Blue Monster, which has hosted quite a few PGA Tour and World Golf Championships occasions that includes the world's prime golfers.