Alleged Shooter Faces More Charges

By: Meredith Stancik
By: Meredith Stancik

A Bryan man police said shot a woman getting gas Tuesday morning is facing additional charges.

Byron Cunningham, 18, has been charged with assaulting a public servant.
That's in addition to three counts of aggravated assault and one count of aggravated robbery.
According to police, Cunningham acted disorderly at the Brazos County Jail.

Cunningham opened fire around 6 a.m. Tuesday at the Max Express Shell station in the 12000 block of Wellborn Rd, said College Station police.

Police said, Cunningham went into the store, showed the store clerk his gun and stole a pair gloves.
That's when, police said, he walked outside and opened fire.
They said he shot at College Station resident Amanda Holland and her husband, Jeremy. Amanda was the only one struck. The bullet went through her arm.

After the couple drove away, police said Cunningham fired at a delivery driver and missed.
Jeremy and Amanda made it to College Station Middle School to wait for an ambulance.
Amanda was taken to the College Station Medical Center, where she was treated for a single gunshot wound and released.

Police said they still don't know why Cunningham acted the way he did.

Cunningham's bond has been set at $310,000.

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