Multiple people, including law enforcement officers, were shot on Monday when a gunman opened fire near Texas A&M University, police in College Station, Texas, said.
"We have multiple people who have been shot," police spokeswoman Rhonda Seaton told CNN, adding that law enforcement officers were among those.
Police had the shooting suspect in custody, according to the university's website. The extent of victims' injuries was not immediately clear.
The university issued a "code maroon" shortly after noon, warning students and employees that an "active shooter" was in the area west of campus and asking them to stay away.
The gunman fired shots from inside a home about two blocks from the campus, according to the university's alert.
"We have been told to stay put," said Keith Randall, a Texas A&M employee who was in his office.
"They just asked us to stay where we are."