HOUSTON (CBS Houston) The suspected gunman in the Lone Star College’s North Harris campus shooting earlier this week was arrested in Plano by the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force. Friday’s arrest marks the second in the Lone Star College shooting incident.
Reports indicate that 22-year-old Trey Foster was apprehended in the early morning hours of Friday and was returned to Houston later, after facing a judge in Plano.
According to documents, Foster possesses a criminal history that includes charges stemming from possession of a prohibited weapon and resisting arrest.
It was not revealed how Foster was tracked down, but he faces two charges of aggravated assault for his alleged involvement in the shooting on the Lone Star College campus.
As Foster is the man accused of being the second suspect in the violent shooting at Lone Star College North Harris campus on Tuesday, aggravated assault charges were filed against Foster’s friend, Carlton Berry earlier this week.
According to officials, this week’s shooting happened during a dispute outside the library of the college’s North Harris campus. Click here to read more about the shooting.