A person who police say was yelling "anti-Trump sentiment" was arrested early Friday after exchanging gunfire with officers within the foyer of a resort at a sprawling golf resort that the president owns close to Miami. He walked in an started yelling about President Trump, while draping an American flag over the lobby's front desk.
"We don't know what his intentions were in the long term but we know what he was doing at the time - he was trying to engage our police officers in some kind of ambush-type attack", Perez said.
"Right now we want to get more information and see what his real motive was", said Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez.
Police did not say if a weapon was recovered or offer other details on the incident.
One officer received a non-fireram related injury and is in "good condition".
Mr. Oddi, who is also believed to have pulled the club's fire alarm, soon fired a handgun toward the roof and chandeliers, and officers "immediately went in and neutralized him", Mr. Perez said.
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The Sun Sentinel newspaper reports that an officer from the Doral Police Department was hurt at the scene, but not from gunfire.
"In my opinion, they probably saved a hell of a lot of lives today, because this could have gone a lot worse", Perez said of the police response.
The President's son Eric Trump applauded Doral and Miami-Dade officers. "He had an American flag that he did drape over the counter". Every day they keep our community safe.
"Special Agents from the Miami Field Office are on the scene and working closely with our law enforcement partners". According to CBS4 News in Miami.
Homeland security and the Secret Service officials are both on the scene, according to the station.