A shooting at Texas A&M University-Commerce on Monday left two women dead and a child injured.
University police said they received a call about a shooting in the Pride Rock residence hall Monday morning. Upon arriving on the scene, police said they found the two women dead and a 2-year-old boy wounded. Police identified the victims on Tuesday, saying one of the women was a freshman at the university, the other was her sister and the 2-year-old was her sister's son. The boy has since been treated for his injuries and was released to family members.
School officials said a suspect has been arrested in connection with the shootings. He is believed to be the ex-boyfriend of one of the women and has been charged with capital murder. Police said the shooting "appears to be a targeted, isolated event," and that the investigation is ongoing.
Additional reporting by the Associated Press.