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UPDATE: Shooter dead after deadly shooting near Texas A&M

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UPDATE 2:
The gunman who opened fire from inside a home near Texas A&M University was served an eviction notice, according to police.

A 65-year-old man died along with a police constable and the gunman. A woman and three police officers were injured. The officer killed, Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann went to the home when the gunman opened fire. Other officers then responded to the scene after hearing a call that an officer was down.

UPDATE 1:
According to police, the gunman has died. He was shot prior to being taken into custody.

PREVIOUSLY:
A suspect is in custody after a shooting in College Station, Texas.

According to Bryan Police spokesman Jon Agnew, the shooter is in custody and officers have established a perimeter around the area, which is just east of A&M's campus. It is unknown if the shooter is a student at the university.

The shooting took place within two blocks of campus before 12:45 p.m. Monday. Just before 12:30 the university issued an alert on its website warning students of a shooter near the school's football stadium.

Multiple people were injured including a woman and two law enforcement officers. Brian Bachmann, a constable with Brazos County and one civilian died. The suspect was also shot before being taken into custody.

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