Chief: 1 dead, 4 hospitalized after Texas shooting

One person was killed and four people were wounded in a shooting at a cabinet-making business in Bryan, Texas. Bryan Police Chief Eric Buske says he believes the shooting suspect is an employee at Kent Moore Cabinets. (April 8)

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ERIC BUSKE: At about 2:30 this afternoon, Bryan police received a call to Kenmore Cabinets of an active shooter. Officers responded to the scene and arrived in a fairly short period of time. However, the shooter had gone by the time officers got here. They did, however, discover some people hurt that had been shot. Initially, four people were transported to St. John hospital in critical condition with gunshot injuries. One other person was transported with no injuries. Apparently, it was an asthma attack. And one person was deceased at the scene.

Right now, this is a joint effort between multiple agencies. College Station PD's here, Bryan Fire's here, and many more that I'm missing here responded to assist working this scene. As you can imagine, it's very complex because you have a whole number of workers at the warehouse. And so we're sorting through all that and interviewing witnesses and talking to people that know what happened.

- Chief, can you provide information about a suspect or suspects at this point?

ERIC BUSKE: It's a little bit early for that, but we believe we may-- there may be a suspect in custody, but we're still working on that. And that's working with DPS, who I should have mentioned was helping out, obviously, today also. We really don't know the motive. We're still investigating that. I believe that the suspect was an employee of Kenmore, I believe.