A man who was shot last Friday night at Texas A&M’s Hensel Park is out of the hospital.
University police (UPD) report the victim, who is not a student, was struck in the right shoulder and stomach.
UPD reports the victim was walking in the park when he encountered the gunman.
An A&M graduate student, 22 year old Joshua Wynn, is out of jail after posting bonds totaling $50,000 dollars.
Wynn is also accused of firing four shots at a deputy constable.
The deputy was not struck and UPD reports the deputy did not fire his gun.
Texas A&M police responded Friday night to gunfire at Hensel Park and near the Becky Gates Children’s Center.
A UPD officer arriving at the park found a man who was hit in the right shoulder and stomach. The victim was taken to the hospital. The UPD arrest report did not indicate what led to the first round of gunfire.
Then the officer heard more gunfire and responded to the children’s center. That’s where a deputy constable avoided four shots while approaching the gunman.
22 year old Joshua Wynn of Universal City, east of San Antonio, was arrested on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated assault of a public servant. Wynn was released Saturday after posting bonds totaling $50,000 dollars.