Houston-Area Campus Shooting; Suspect Identified

Carlton Berry, 22
Carlton Berry, 22

HOUSTON (AP) - Police have identified the shooting suspect accused of opening fire during an argument at a Houston-area community college leaving him and two others injured.
Harris County Jail records show 22-year-old Carlton Berry was booked Wednesday on two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He has a Thursday court date.
Online jail records did not list an attorney for Berry, who's held on $60,000 bond over Tuesday's gunfire at the North Harris campus of Lone Star College. Investigators are seeking what prompted the dispute.
The sheriff's office did not immediately provide details Wednesday on conditions of Berry, a man he allegedly argued with and a maintenance worker caught in the crossfire. Investigators haven't confirmed whether the other man in the argument also had a gun.
Details haven't been released on a female college student who suffered a heart attack during the incident.

Update 2:05 January 22:

Witnesses say two males were arguing when one of them pulled a gun and opened fire.

Law officials confirm that victims were injured in a shooting crossfire.

Update 1:50 January 22:

The campus is being evacuated.

School spokesman says three people - including one suspected shooter - were wounded in shooting that appears to have been between two people at the Lone Star College campus in Houston.

School spokesman says the shooting appears to have been between two individuals and victims were injured in the crossfire.

Conditions of the wounded are unknown.

Update 1:38 January 22:

US official confirms: One shooter has been shot and is in custody; multiple injuries have been reported.

1:15 p.m. January 22:

A Texas college has gone into a lockdown amid reports of a shooter on campus.
A spokesman for the Lone Star College System campus in north Harris County says a shelter-in-place order has been issued.
Emergency personnel have responded to the Houston-area college campus.

Aerial footage from local television stations shows emergency personnel attending to some people on stretchers and at least one being taken into an ambulance. Others can be seen running from a building led by officers.