The Texas cabinet factory worker accused of shooting six co-workers and a state trooper in a deadly Thursday afternoon rampage has been identified as 27-year-old Larry Bollin.
Bollin has since been charged with murder and is being held on a $1 million bond, police told Houston’s ABC 13.
One of the shooting victims at a Kent Moore Cabinets factory in Bryan was killed, and four of the five injured workers are in critical condition, police said in a statement.
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A Texas DPS Trooper was also shot by Bollin, and seriously injured, during a police pursuit about a half-hour away from the crime scene, officials said.
Bollin was reportedly captured in Grimes County, northwest of Houston, two hours after the 2:30 p.m. mass shooting.
Police have not revealed a possible motive for the workplace shooting, and are expected to announce the names of the victims Friday, according to the local station, which spoke to Bollin’s co-workers.
“I see him every day,”