Man Accused Of Shooting Three At College Turns Himself In
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) A man accused of shooting three at a local college earlier this year, turned himself in after being on the run from authorities and missing a court-ordered appearance.
Trey Foster, who’s been free on a $50,000 bond since January and was given an ankle monitor to wear, turned himself into deputies Thursday evening. Foster is accused of shooting three individuals at Lone Star College back in January. He was supposed to appear in court Tuesday but did not.
The 22-year-old fled after he allegedly injured those three individuals on the college campus but was later caught by authorities.
Just before the shooting, Foster and his friend Carlton Berry, were walking on Lone Star’s campus on January 22 when a man named Jody Neal bumped into him. Foster and Neal argued briefly, then separated.
Thirty minutes later, Foster, Berry and Neal crossed paths again at the doorway of the Academic Building and it was then that an argument ensued. According to Harris County Sheriff’s officials, Foster then pulled out a gun and started shooting.
Neal who was was shot in the abdomen and the leg, ran to the library and collapsed.
Bobby Cliburn, a 69-year-old campus maintenance man and innocent bystander was shot in one of his legs.
Berry was also hit in the hip. Initially, officials identified Berry as the suspect but he was later cleared of all charges.
Later, the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force tracked Foster to a home in Plano and took him into custody a few days later.