Around 7:45 p.m. PST on Tuesday, there were reports of a possible shooter in the Downtown Reno area. The Reno Police Department took to Twitter to warn people to stay away from the area.
Reports of a possible active shooter on Downtown Reno. Please avoid the area. No confirmed injuries.— Reno Police (@RenoPolice) November 29, 2017
PLEASE avoid the #downtownreno area until further notice. Police are on scene and will advise when it is safe.— Reno Police (@RenoPolice) November 29, 2017
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval (R) also reminded residents and visitors to take the reports seriously.
It was confirmed that the shooter fired shots from the Montage Casino in Downtown Reno.
BREAKING: Police confirm active shooter situation. Shooter was firing from an elevated position in the Montage in downtown Reno— Benjamin Margiott (@BenMargiott) November 29, 2017
About an hour later police confirmed that the suspect was detained and no one was injured.
Suspect in the shooting in downtown is detained. Thankfully no reports of injuries to citizens or officers or deputies.— Reno Police (@RenoPolice) November 29, 2017
UPDATE: 8:50 p.m. PST
KCRA-TV's Derek Schnell provided video footage of the Downtown Reno area.
UPDATE (LB): The Reno shooter is dead.
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