UPDATE: Person in custody after police presence on Kellogg St. in Green Bay

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TUESDAY, 5/4/2021, 5:46 p.m.

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – A person is in custody after a police presence on the 700 block of Kellogg Street Tuesday afternoon.

According to Captain Ben Allen with the Green Bay Police, they have been at the location just before noon. The individual they were looking for was wanted for making threats and he had active warrants through the Department of Corrections. A task force had located him and saw him walk into the residence on Kellogg Street.

Brown County Sheriff’s and Green Bay Police negotiated with the man for about five hours and after there was no change, they wrote a search warrant. They were able to execute the search warrant a short time later.

The subject came out of the back of the home and was taken into custody without incident. A family member was inside the home as well but was not taken into custody. According to police on the scene, they do know the subject and have had dealings with him.

Kellogg Street is back open.

Police presence on Kellogg St. in Green Bay, public asked to avoid the area

TUESDAY, 5/4/2021 3:13 p.m.

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – There is currently a police presence on 700 block of Kellogg.

At this time Green Bay Police are attempting to serve a warrant. Police say the situation is contained but ask people to avoid the area at this time.

Green Bay area schools have been contacted to route busses and students away from the area. The community is not in any danger according to police.

Local 5 has a crew on scene and will bring the latest on air and online.

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