Oneida Casino Resort Shooting Update: Shooter was 62-year-old Non-Native Former Employee
May 4, 2021
GREEN BAY, Wisc. - The Brown County Sheriff's Office and the Oneida Nation hosted a press conference on Monday morning providing the community with an update on the targeted shooting at the Oneida Casino Complex, which contains the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center and the Oneida Main Casino that happened Saturday evening at approximately 7:30 p.m. - EDT.
Brown County Sheriff Todd Delain shared that the shooter, who was shot and killed by law enforcement, was a former Duck Creek Kitchen & Bar employee who had been terminated earlier this year. He was 62-year-old Bruce K. Pofahl and a non-tribal citizen living in the greater Brown County area. Pofahl was barred from entering the hotel/casino complex through a restraining order, according to court records.
He was employed as a food and beverage manager at the restaurant, according to an Oneida Nation spokesperson at the press conference.