A Donald Trump rally in Wisconsin has been postponed after a man who was shot during a rally in Minneapolis this weekend was hospitalized.
The man was taken to a hospital in Madison where he was treated and released.
The rally, held at a high school gymnasium in the Wisconsin city, was canceled due to the incident on Saturday.
Police were called to the arena after a woman reported hearing gunshots on Saturday night, according to police.
Police said they found a white, 9mm handgun and a pellet gun in the gymnasum.
No one was arrested and there were no reports of injuries.
The Trump campaign released a statement saying, “The Trump campaign is aware of reports that a Trump supporter was shot by a Trump protester at a rally this past weekend.
Trump is a person of great integrity, and we are working to find out the facts and hold those responsible accountable.
The campaign will not comment further on the matter until it is fully reviewed.”
The Trump rally was postponed after the incident.
Trump rally postponed after man shot by protester at Trump rally (Associated Press) Trump rally postponed because of shooting (Reuters) A Trump supporter in Minnesota is being treated for a gunshot wound and is in critical condition, police said.
Police are investigating the incident and said no arrests have been made.
Donald Trump speaks during the final day of the Republican National Convention (Reuters/Gary Cameron) A protester is being escorted from the arena following a Trump campaign rally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Reuters /Gary Cameron/File) A man was arrested after being involved in a shooting at a Donald Trump campaign event in Madison, Wisconsin, on Saturday (Reuters: Kevin Mazur) Police say the suspect in the incident has been identified as 29-year-old Matthew J. Wilson.
He has been charged with one count of criminal attempted homicide and is being held in the Madison County Jail on $1 million bond.
He was in police custody on Saturday morning.
In Milwaukee, police used pepper spray on a protester, who was taken into custody after a short time and was being treated by paramedics, according the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Madison police Chief Eric Kinsley said the officer who deployed the pepper spray was not wearing a body camera.
The rally was scheduled for Saturday night.
The city of Madison released a written statement saying that it was “deeply saddened to learn that an incident involving a Trump supporters at a local campaign event has occurred.”
The statement said it was the first time in city history that a rally had been canceled due the presence of a Trump surrogate.
A Trump campaign spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, a Trump critic, has also condemned the incident as an example of the political left “trying to intimidate and silence Donald Trump’s supporters.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.