Multiple residents living near Goeglein preferred not to comment Tuesday to The Journal Gazette.
One man who lives in Kuker’s neighborhood said he is relieved knowing that police believe Tuesday’s event is connected to the law firm, because he has nothing to do with Faegre Baker Daniels.
“It’s still a little unsettling that that kind of thing is happening in the neighborhood,” the man said, declining to give his name. “I’ve noticed things that I may not have noticed before – a car parked in front of the house – that kind of stuff. I’m more aware, but it’s not something that dominates my thinking.”The law firm tells the newspaper that the firm is stepping up security measures:
“After two incidents, we are extremely concerned with these developments and the safety and security of our professionals and staff,” Managing Partner Andrew Humphrey said in a written statement. “We are implementing further security measures to provide added protection to our people.”
The statement did not say what type of security measures the firm would implement, and the firm declined to comment further.