Ignoring the sad, sickening editorializing in this article, here are some more details for enquiring minds who want to know:
Suspect charged in Lone Star College shooting - Houston Chronicle
A little after 2 p.m., the search became moot when a man suspected in the shooting showed up at Northwest Medical Center. Authorities said he apparently shot himself in the hip accidentally while handling his weapon.According to Harris County criminal records, Berry was charged and convicted of misdemeanor marijuana possession in the last two years.
In 2009, Berry was sentenced to nine months probation and ordered to pay $100 fine for theft, according to the court records.
Lone Star College, like all state colleges and universities in Texas, does not allow concealed handguns on campus. Of course, that did not stop at least one of the men involved in Tuesday's incident from having one anyway.