CrimeReport: Police Detain 2 Employees During Fiserv Search Tuesday

20:15  17 july  2019
20:15  17 july  2019 Source:   patch.com

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ALPHARETTA, GA — Two Fiserv employees were briefly detained Tuesday when Alpharetta police searched and eventually cleared the building after a report of an armed person.

At 9:30 a.m., officers arrived at Fiserv, 2900 Westside Parkway, after receiving a report of a person armed inside the building. Officers conducted a search of the building floor-by-floor.

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However, two employees were briefly detained on the fifth floor. A 39-year-old man had a firearm, but a 26-year-old woman said the firearm was hers and gave it to the man when she heard an active shooter alarm.

Police notified Fiserv that the woman brought the firearm on company property, and both were released from custody, the report said.

After searching and receiving information provided by onsite security, police determined the call was a false alarm.

Just before 11 a.m., Alpharetta police gave an all clear that all floors and areas were checked.

Fiserv employees tweeted about the situation, including Jason who said, "Just got evacuated due to armed assailant. No idea what's going on. Anyone sees anything on the news about Fiserv in Alpharetta, please let me know. So far, everything and everyone is calm."

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Other employees said they are in the Costco parking lot down the street. Some said they saw police with guns drawn going inside Fiserv. Nearby buildings were on lock down according to employees on social media.

In February 2014, Fiserv moved its Georgia operations to Alpharetta, a consolidation from Gwinnett, bringing about 500 jobs with it. Fiserv brings information technology services to the financial services industry.

The Atlanta Business Chronicle reported in 2014 that, "Fiserv will move employees from six offices, most of them in Norcross, into Cobalt Center. The 376,000 square foot office complex formerly housed AT&T Inc. The $41 million Fiserv expansion will include the relocation of about 2,000 employees from Peachtree Corners in Gwinnett County. An additional 500 software, sales and marketing jobs will be added in Alpharetta over the next few years."

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