Montrose driver charged with murder after plowing through crowd of people outside LGBT nightclub, police say

HOUSTON — Houston police have released the mugshot of the allegedly angry driver who plowed through a crowd of people early Thursday outside an LGBT nightclub in Montrose, according to the department. In total, investigators confirmed five bystanders were injured at one person was killed.

Cordale Robinson, 25, is charged with murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Police responded to Judy's Hamburger in the 2400 block of Grant Road at Hyde Park around 2:20 a.m.

Cordale Robinson, 25, is charged with murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Investigators said Robinson was jumped by a group of men before climbing into a 2011 silver Dodge Avenger and ramming through the parking lot, where the incident initially started. There were several dozen people in the parking lot at the time. Police said Robinson drove through the parking lot twice.

The suspect hit several innocent bystanders and multiple cars, according to officers.

The vehicle finally came to a stop after pinning a person against a fence. Investigators said the victim was taken to the hospital where he later died.

A second victim, 23, was hospitalized with injuries to his right leg and torso.

The suspect was arrested at the scene. He was also hospitalized with several injuries from the fight.