Texas shooting at Kent Moore Cabins in Brian: 1 dead, 5 wounded


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Police said at least one person was killed and five others injured on Thursday during a shooting inside a commercial building in Brian, Texas. The suspected shooter, identified late Thursday night by authorities as Larry Boleyn, a 27-year-old employee of Kent Moore Cabins, was arrested after a chase that ended in the small town of Iola, about 30 miles from the Cabinet Factory. Brian. The Police Department said Pauline is charged with the murder and is on bail of $ 1 million, according to prison records. The authorities said that the motive is still under investigation, and the authorities said that one person died at the scene and four others were transferred to a local hospital in critical condition. A sixth person was slightly injured. Brian Police Chief Eric Bosque told a news conference Thursday evening that another person had been taken to hospital after suffering an asthma attack. shooting. The soldier was reported to be in critical but stable condition. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said in a statement that he “prays for the victims, their families, and the injured law enforcement officer while the suspect is arrested.” He said on Twitter that Senator Ted Cruz was also praying for the victims, and the shooting at Brian came one day after the shooting that killed six people in Rock Hill, South Carolina – including the gunman, former NFL player Philip ADAMS – It has followed high-profile mass shootings in Georgia, Colorado and California in the past three weeks that have killed 22 people. Earlier on Thursday, President Joe Biden unveiled his first major steps to tackle armed violence, an announcement that Abbott described on Twitter as “a new liberal force to take away our arms.” “We won’t allow that in Texas,” Abbott said, hours before offering his prayers to the victims of the Brian shooting. R. Hat employs more than 600 people across the state, according to its website, and said it was “devastated” in a statement. Vice President Theresa Galliher said the company is cooperating fully with the police “while investigating this horrific crime.” The shooting took place in bays at a factory where employees make tanks. The Bureau has dispatched alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives. Agents and dogs at the scene, spokesman Dion Washington said. He could not provide more details about what happened, and said, “It is a rapidly evolving situation.” Brian is located next to College Station, home of Texas A&M University, and has a population of nearly 90,000. It is located about 100 miles east of Austin and 100 miles northwest of Houston. Contribution: The Associated Press


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