By MICHAEL GRACZYK
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- Police say a gunman was being served an eviction notice before he opened fire from inside a home near Texas A&M and killed a law enforcement officer.
College Station Assistant Police Chief Scott McCollum says Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann was among three people, including the gunman, killed in a shootout at the house Monday.
McCollum says a 65-year-old man was the third person killed. A woman and three law enforcement officers also were injured.
McCollum says Bachmann went to the off-campus home near A&M's football stadium early Monday afternoon when the gunman opened fire. Other officers responded to the scene after receiving a call that an officer was down.
The shooting prompted Texas A&M to send out an alert warning students and residents to stay away from the area.
Update 4:45 pm: (AP) Police say the gunman has died after a shooting that killed a law enforcement officer and another civilian near the Texas A&M University campus.
Bryan Police Department spokesman Jon Agnew says two other law enforcement officers and another woman also were injured in the Monday shooting in College Station. Bryan police are assisting in the investigation.
Assistant College Station Police Chief Scott McCollum earlier identified the officer killed as Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann.
College Station is about 90 miles northwest of Houston.
Update 3:41 pm: AP no w reporting 1 officer, 1 civilian killed in shooting near Texas A&M University
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- Police say two officers and one other person have been injured in a shooting near the Texas A&M University campus in College Station.
Bryan Police spokesman Jon Agnew says the shooter is in custody Monday. Agnew says officers have established a perimeter around the area just east of campus, but they don't believe a second suspect is involved.
Agnew says police don't know if shooter was a student at A&M.
Bryan is College Station's sister city and its officers are assisting in the case.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- Texas A&M University says a shooter has been taken into custody near its campus in College Station.
College Station police spokeswoman Rhonda Seaton tells The Dallas Morning News there are multiple injuries, including to law enforcement officers, but she doesn't know the extent of the injuries. Multiple calls to Seaton's cellphone from The Associated Press have gone straight to voicemail.
The university issued an alert on its website just before 12:30 p.m. Monday warning of an active shooter near the campus football stadium, Kyle Field. The warning tells residents and students to avoid the area.
Seaton says the shooting happened within a block or two of campus sometime before 12:45 p.m. She says police have one suspect in custody.
College Station lies about 90 miles northwest of Houston.