Man shot in stomach on TSU campus

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UPDATE -  TSU Police has identified the suspect in last night's shooting incident as Darios Tramain Crayton Scott, born 12/17/95 from the Bay Area in California. TSU police is now seeking a warrant for his arrest and are working with Houston Police Department.

It is believed Scott was enrolled at the university last academic year - Spring 2015, but is not a current student.


 

HOUSTON - It's still only a couple of months into the school year and already there's been a second shooting on Texas Southern University’s campus.

It happened Tuesday night off of Wheeler Ave. and Ennis in a spot known as “Tiger Walk."

An unknown male suspect shot a 25-year-old man in the stomach after some sort of disturbance on campus. The man was taken to the hospital in serious but stable condition.

No word yet on a motive or whether the men were students.

TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY RELEASES STATEMENT REGARDING CAMPUS SHOOTING

Texas Southern University Police are continuing an investigation into a shooting that occurred on campus last night around 10: 15 p.m. One person was taken to a nearby hospital with 2 gunshot wounds to the abdomen and is listed in stable condition. According to TSU Police, the suspect is still at large.

The victim has been identified as Jordan Schott. Neither the suspect nor the victim attend the university. According to police, the individuals involved were attending an event held on campus.

A campus alert was sounded around 10:11 p.m. and was lifted shortly before 11 p.m. TSU police indicate the gunman fled the campus after the incident. The campus has returned to normal operations.

TSU Police reminds students, employees and visitors to the campus to remain alert and report any suspicious behavior or activities.