HOUSTON (AP) — Officials say charges have been filed against a second suspect in a shooting at a Houston-area community college that left three people wounded.
The Harris County sheriff's office says a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon was filed Thursday against the second suspect.
The suspect's name was not released because the person has not yet been arrested. The sheriff's office declined to comment on what role the person played in the shooting.
Officials have said at least 10 shots were fired Tuesday during a dispute between two men outside the library at Lone Star College-North Harris.
One man, Carlton Berry, has been arrested and is charged with two felony counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
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