Second Suspect, Trey Foster, Arrested in Lone Star College Shooting

Trey Foster, a second suspect in the Lone Star College shooting, was arrested without incident Friday morning in Plano, TX. Trey Foster is identified as the shooter in the incident at the north Houston college.

Court documents released Thursday say the Tuesday shooting happened when two men argued after bumping into each other. One suspect, Carlton Berry, was arrested that day, and a second was charged the next.

According to the documents, one of the three people injured in the shooting told investigators that a man later identified as Foster shot him after the two argued.

U.S. Marshals say Foster was arrested without incident at a home in Plano around 1 a.m. Friday morning.

Dallas and Plano police officers, as well as agents from the North Texas U.S. Marshal Task Force and East Texas Marshal Task Force assisted in the arrest. Source

Trey Foster will face two felony counts of aggravated assault. It is not clear if aggravated assault charges will be dropped against Carlton Berry.

UPDATED: Charges Dropped Against Carlton Berry in Lone Star College Shooting


Carlton Berry was charged with aggravated assault in the Lone Star College shooting that left two others wounded.  He remains hospitalized.

KHOU reports the man involved in the argument was shot three times and is reportedly in critical condition at Ben Taub Hospital. A maintenance man was shot in the leg and is expected to survive. Another student was taken to the hospital after reportedly suffering a possible heart attack.

Trey Foster was arraigned Monday morning, and his bail was set at $100,000.

BREAKING: Shooting at Lone Star College, Three People Received Medical Attention

BREAKING:  A campus spokesperson has confirmed shots have been fired on the campus of Lone Star College in north Houston, ABC News affiliate reports. Two people have been seen receiving attention by medical crews near the library.

Deputy constables said they have at least one person detained, but have not said if that person is a suspected shooter.

Investigators said a second suspect, an 18- to 20-year-old black man wearing a red shirt and Falcons cap, fled north of campus. Deputies are actively searching for that man. Source

The school’s website: “LSC-North Harris is Locked Down. Students, Faculty and Staff are advised to take immediate shelter where you are. Do not enter the campus until notified further.”

UPDATE#1:  It is confirmed that two people were shot at Lone Star College North Harris, the Harris County Emergency Corp. says.