The second man named as a suspect in a Houston-area community college shooting has been arrested in Plano.
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.
The documents identify the second suspect as 22-year-old Trey Foster. Earlier versions had listed Foster's first name as Terry, but they were updated later to reflect the change to Trey.
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.
Authorities confirmed one gun was found with Foster at the home. It was not confirmed if that weapon was used during Tuesday's shooting.
Foster will be transported to Harris County, where he will face two felony counts of aggravated assault.
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