Police have arrested the man suspected of opening fire at a homecoming weekend party near Texas A&M University-Commerce over the weekend.
23-year-old Brandon Ray Gonzales was arrested Monday and charged with capital murder. He’s accused of fatally shooting two people and wounded six others as they attempted to flee the scene. Police say Gonzales worked at a nearby car dealership and they arrested him when he showed up for his shift. He’s being held on $1 million bail. (NBC News)
- Five of the wounded are still in the hospital and one is in critical condition.
- Police believe he went to the party to target one person.
- There were more than 700 people attending the party.