Crime Two reported dead in shooting at party near Greenville

11:25  27 october  2019
11:25  27 october  2019 Source:   wfaa.com

Brandon Gonzales Charged With Capital Murder In Greenville Party Shooting

  Brandon Gonzales Charged With Capital Murder In Greenville Party Shooting Brandon Gonzales, 23, is charged with capital murder of multiple persons and his bond is set at $1,000,000. There is no word on a motive, but Sheriff Randy Meeks said it appears Gonzales acted alone.Sheriff Meeks said multiple tips helped lead investigators to the identity of the alleged shooter.“We have visited with him.  He has cooperated some, but not a whole lot,” Sheriff Meeks said at a Monday afternoon news conference.The shooting happened at The Party Venue on Highway 380 just outside of Greenville.

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Two people are reported dead after a shooting at a party in Greenville near Texas A&M University-Commerce, sources say.

The shooting was reported early Sunday near the 2300 block of U.S. 380 near Greenville. Greenville is about an hour northeast of Dallas.

More than a dozen people were reported injured, according to sources familiar with the situation. University officials said there was no active shooting situation on campus.

News started to spread on social media with many sharing a video they claimed showed the aftermath.

Texas A&M Commerce officials said the shooting occurred off campus and was not part of the sanctioned homecoming party in Greenville.

"We have not confirmed that any students were injured in the shooting," said Michael Johnson, a school spokesperson.

School officials remain in contact with the Hunt County sheriff's office.

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