Shots fired inside Ocala mobile home, police say

SWAT team, negotiator dispatched to scene

Sept. 29, 2006: Christopher Williams, 27, went to Essex Elementary School in Essex, Vt., looking for his ex-girlfriend, a teacher. He couldn't find her, but fatally shot one teacher and wounded another. Williams also killed his ex-girlfriend's mother. He shot himself twice in the head after the rampage and was arrested.

OCALA, Fla. – The Ocala police SWAT team and a negotiator were at a mobile home following an incident in which shots were reportedly fired inside the home, police said.

The scene has been cleared and everyone is safe, according to police. 

Just before 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, shots were reportedly fired in the 200 block of Northwest 33rd Court at Oakwood Mobile Manor in Ocala, police said.

A man was reportedly intoxicated and weapons were inside the home, according to police. The man originally was not communicating with police officers, according to police. 

No one was injured and neighbors were evacuated as a precaution.

It's likely the Baker Act will be instituted, where the man involved can receive a mental health evaluation and treatment if needed, police said.

He may be charged with reckless display of a firearm pending further investigation, police said. 

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