BRYAN, Texas — Police say one person has been killed and five people wounded in the wake of a shooting at a cabinet-making business in Bryan, Texas, that resulted in a manhunt and eventual capture of a male suspect who also shot a state trooper.
According to KAGS, the employee showed up at Kent Moore Cabinets with a handgun and opened fire at the warehouse just before 3:30 p.m. The shooting took place in the bays where employees make cabinets.
Bryan police said four were transported to the hospital in critical condition, one person was transported with a minor injury and another person went to the hospital after experiencing an asthma attack.
One of the people who was shot later died, police said.
While pursuing the suspect, a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper was shot in a neighboring county.
The department said the trooper is in serious but stable condition.
Police said the suspect is in custody.
At this time, it isn't known what motivated the shooting.