The Texas A&M shooter is dead.
The famed research University has been keeping the public apprised of the status and had posted a notice on their site, a code Maroon, that the Texas A & M shooter is in custody and that people should still avoid the area.
Well the Texas A&M shooter is dead.
CBS news is reporting that Texas A&M shooter was facing eviction.
There are rumors that the Texas A&M shooter was firing from a house near Kyle Field, the campus football stadium using high powered automatic weapons.
Texas A&M officials had warned people to stay away from the intersection of Welborn Road and George Bush Drive and part of Fidelity Drive in College Station, Texas.
The Denver Post is reporting that Assistant Chief Scott McCollum says the gunman also was shot Monday before being taken into custody and that there was one officer , Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann was killed when he went to the home.
An unidentified male was also killed bringing the death total to 3 including the Texas A&M shooter.
A woman was shot and is undergoing surgery, and a College Station police officer was in stable condition after being shot in the leg, McCollum said.
Two other officers were injured, he said. Their injuries were not life-threatening, according to the City of College Station.
This latest incident of gun violence comes after the recent Colorado Massacre that was committed by Colorado shooter James Holmes.
Unfortunately it seems that college campus mass shootings have become the “in thing” for the severely disturbed or those wishing to become popular in the media or simply facing problems and the instances of this extreme type of violence seems to be on the rise.
Years ago, it was post offices that were the target of extreme violence which coined the phrase, “going postal” after a number of high profile deadly shootings.
College Campus across the US have increased their security presence in recent years and are sure to step it up in light of this latest act of violence with the Texas A&M shooter that took senseless lives.