Police investigating after a high number of violent crimes

Bryan, Tex. (KBTX) - This weekend, two people were shot and five people were hit by a car and still no arrests have been made.

It all started outside the Knight Club on Saturday at 2:00 a.m. Bryan police were called after two groups got into an argument that turned into gunfire.

"One person was taken the hospital with a gunshot wound. A second victim later showed up at the hospital with an injury, but it is not believed to be related to gunshots," said Kelley McKethan, a spokesperson with the Bryan Police Department.

About ten minutes later a fight broke out at Bar 69 in Downtown Bryan. A man injured in the fight left the scene in his car and hit five people. Two of the victims were taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries.

Early Sunday around 2:00 a.m. College Station police were called to the Northgate area for a fight between two opposing groups and reports of gunfire. Two hours later, a man shot into a moving car on University Drive near Highway 6 hitting a passenger.

"I can't remember the last time we had something like this with someone shooting into another vehicle," said Lt. Craig Anderson, spokesperson with the College Station Police Department.

Both police departments say the incidents are unusual.

"The majority of situations like this, when we've had shootings in Bryan, it's typically targeted at a residence or specific persons," said McKethan.

Both police departments are working together to see if any of the incidents are related. Bryan police say the two in Bryan are not related.