Tuesday morning update -- Police released more details from Monday’s College Station shooting.
Investigators say 35-year-old Thomas Caffall shot 41-year-old Brazos County Constable Precinct 1 Brian Bachmann as he was coming to serve eviction papers.
Caffall then opened fire on victims and officers near the scene. Officers returned fire and struck Caffall.
Police say 51-year-old Houston resident Barbara Holdworth was the female victim injured during the shooting. According to officials, she remains in serious condition after her surgery.
The full list of victims and injuries are as follows:
Suspect – 35-year-old Thomas Alton Caffall III -deceased
Civilian Victim - 51-year-old Chris Norcliff -deceased
Civilian Victim - 51-year-old Barbara Holdworth -Serious condition
Law Enforcement Victim -41-year-old Brazos County Precinct 1 Constable Brian Bachmann-deceased
Law Enforcement Victim -25-year-old College Station Police Officer Justin Oehlke -Stable condition
Law Enforcement Victim -54-year-old College Station Police Officer Brad Smith -Treated and released
Law Enforcement Victim -30-year-old College Station Police Officer Phil Dorsett -Treated and released
Investigators say they recovered long guns and a pistol from the scene. College Station police along with state and federal agencies are continuing to investigate the incident.
Monday night Update -- The gunman has been identified by College Station police as 35-year-old Thomas Caffall. The civilian who was killed was 43-year-old Chris Northcliff, Previous reports of his age were incorrect. Police have not released the identify of the civilian woman who was wounded.
Officer Justin Oehlke, who was shot in leg, is out of surgery and still in stable condition.
Officers Brad Smith and Phil Dorsett were treated for shrapnel wounds that were not life threatening.
Earlier --A shooting in College Station has left three dead, including a Brazos County constable and the shooter himself. Four others are injured.
According to College Station Assistant Police Chief Scott McCollum, officers responded to a ‘shots fired’ call on 211 Fidelity Street near the Texas A&M University campus shortly after noon Monday. Officers found a gunman, described to be in his mid 30s, and exchanged fire.
Officers performed CPR on Brazos County Constable Precinct 1 Brian Bachmann on scene, but he was pronounced dead after being transported to an area hospital. Officers say the shooting occurred while the constable attempted to serve an eviction notice.
Bachmann was a Certified Peace Officer since 1992 and a Brazos County Sheriff's Deputy since 1993.
"Brian Bachmann was very close to everybody in law enforcement he was a pillar in this community it is sad and tragic that we have lost him today," McCollum said.
A 65-year-old male civilian was also fatally shot in the gunfire, which reportedly lasted around 30 minutes.
A 55-year-old female civilian was shot, and is said to be in critical condition. A College Station police officer was also shot in the leg, and is in stable condition. Two other police officers suffered non-life threatening injuries.
The suspect was shot and taken into custody, but later died, according to CSPD.
Police are still working four active crime scenes, but have secured the area.
"We have quite a bit of information to still sort through. We still have a lot of questions to ask," McCollum said.
Texas A&M nearby was on lock down during the shooting, but that has since been lifted.
Watch the full 4 p.m. press conference from College Station in the video below.
YNN: More details revealed in College Station shootout
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