Police say a witness in a fatal shooting of a woman in the 3,000 block of Cain Road in College Station was arrested yesterday.
This is a closer look at Colin McHenry's past as well as his relationship with the victim who lost her life on New Year's Day.
Colin McHenry called 911 on New Year's Day, telling police his girlfriend, 21 year-old Whitney Paskey-Pullen, had been shot in the head by 22 year-old Kenneth Connor.
Just two days later, McHenry was arrested by College Station Police at the scene of the fatal shooting.
He was booked on possession of marijuana.
News 3 decided to look into McHenry's past after the arrest.
On December 21st, Bryan police arrested McHenry for assault-family violence.
Police reports state McHenry and Paskey-Pullen were arguing outside a house in the 1,000 block of east 25th street in Bryan.
An eyewitness told police they saw him drag Whitney into the house by her neck.
The 23 year-old, has a criminal record dating back to 2007 when he was just a teenager.
McHenry was arrested three times in two years, for possession of marijuana between July and October.
In March of 2010, he was charged with theft out of Kerr and Bexar Counties.
We've received conflicting reports of whether the two were actually a couple at the time of the shooting and many more questions are still left unanswered.
Investigators are not currently considering Colin McHenry a suspect in the fatal shooting case.
Kenneth Connor is in the Brazos County Jail charged with criminally negligent homicide.
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