A  man who was ordered last week to turn over all his weapons in a domestic dispute opened fire at his estranged wife's workplace near Milwaukee earlier today.

The suspect was identified as Radcliffe Franklin Haughton of Brown Deer, Wis., said an MSNBC report.

The report said that the bean at 11:09 a.m. (12:09 p.m. ET) at the Azana Day Spa, across Moorland Road from Brookfield Square mall in Brookfield, about 10 miles west of Milwaukee.
The report says that Milwaukee County court records show that a temporary restraining order was issued Thursday of this week against Haughton. A hearing was held that day, and Haughton was ordered to deliver his firearms to the sheriff and to have no contact for four years with the complainant or the residence. The complainant isn't identified in the court record, and the court records don't indicate whether he surrendered any firearms. 

Other records indicate that Haughton was also charged with disorderly conduct in January 2011, a charge that was dismissed in June 2011 when a witness failed to appear in court. He had been ordered to stay away from his wife, Zina Daniel Haughton, and the family home. 

Zina Haughton has a state license as a cosmetology manager. Two workers at the salon said Zina Haughton was estranged from her husband.

Brookfield, Wis., Police Chief Daniel Tushaus says Radcliffe Haughton was found dead after shooting at least seven people at a day spa.