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Suspect Arrested In Texas Homecoming Party Mass Shooting

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Brandon Ray Gonzales has been accused for the mass shooting which took place just after midnight at a non-school sanctioned Homecoming party for Texas A&M University at Commerce on Saturday night, according to the Hunt County Sheriff’s office. A graphic video of the aftermath was captured on Snapchat and posted on Twitter. In the video, there appears to be numerous victims at The Party Venue in Greenville, Texas, which is located 20 miles away from the school’s campus.

According to Hunt County Jail records, Gonzales is being held on $1 million bail and on a charge of “capital murder of multiple persons.” On October 28, Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks said that they arrested him at work at a local auto dealership, but they had not yet found a motive. In a search of the Texas Department of Public Safety’s database, Gonzales has no history of criminal convictions that come up.

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