1 Dead, 5 Hurt in Bryan Mass Shooting; Trooper Shot Pursuing Suspect; Shooter in Custody

1 Dead, 5 Hurt in Bryan Mass Shooting; Trooper Shot Pursuing Suspect; Shooter in Custody

Man opens fire at warehouse in Bryan, Texas, fatally shooting one and injuring five others
Gunman believed to be an employee; motive for shooting unknown
1 Dead, 5 Hurt in Bryan Mass Shooting; Trooper Shot Pursuing Suspect; Shooter in Custody
The shooter was identified late Thursday as 27-year-old Larry Bollin of Grimes County. Bollin, who was charged with murder, also allegedly shot a pursuing Texas Department of Public Safety trooper while fleeing the scene. The trooper remained in serious but stable condition as of Thursday night. Bollin was arrested around 4:30 p.m. near Bedias, about 35 miles east of the original scene. The victims have not been identified.
The first shooting took place at Kent Moore Cabinets manufacturing facility, where police said the suspect is an employee. At 2:30 p.m. local time, police responded to reports of a shooting at the business, where they discovered several shooting victims. The suspect fled the scene and was later arrested after shooting the state trooper, who officials said was in serious but stable condition.
All five shooting victims were transported to local hospitals, officials said. An additional person was transported to the hospital after suffering an asthma attack.
1 Dead, 5 Hurt in Bryan Mass Shooting; Trooper Shot Pursuing Suspect; Shooter in Custody
Bryan, a central Texas city located about 100 miles northwest of Houston, has a population of 84,000 people and is situated near Texas A&M University in College Station.