UPDATE: Shots Fired in Bryan & CSPD Respond to Three Reports of GunfireFeatured Stories, News Monday, July 29th, 2013
Bryan Police are investigating an early Sunday morning shooting.
Officer Kelley McKethan says an unidentified woman had a bullet removed from her back and was released from the hospital.
McKethan says the suspect has not been found. What led to the shooting has not been determined.
Police initially responded to the call in the 2800 block of Cypress Bend Circle, then learned the shooting took place inside a vehicle in the 1600 block of Groesbeck.
College Station Police responded to three reports of gunfire over the weekend.
Two of the three incidents resulted in arrests. Still sought is the one responsible for shooting someone Friday night in the Southgate Village apartments. The only information released by police is that an unidentified altercation led to a person being shot. The person who was hit was treated for non-life threatening injuries at College Station Medical Center then released.
More gunfire was heard Friday night in Northgate. Police learned an argument over a man’s New York accent led him to go get a handgun from his car and fire one shot in the air. This was in the parking lot of Fuego’s. Officers found 23 year old Alfonso Marcelle of College Station inside the restaurant. He was arrested for discharging a firearm and public intoxication.
And on Saturday morning in the University Acres four-plex development, police were on their way to check out a verbal argument among residents when they received multiple reports of gunfire. 23 year old Jeremie Orender was arrested for firing three shots off his front porch and tampering with evidence by throwing away the gun in the woods behind his backyard.
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