Larry Bollin has been charged with five counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in addition to murder after shooting up the cabinet-supply company he worked at on Thursday.
Bollin, 27, allegedly opened fire at Kent Moore Cabinets in Bryan, Texas Thursday afternoon and subsequently injured five people and killed one. Four of Bollin’s victims were taken to the hospital in critical condition and only one had been released as of Saturday.
Bryan Police revealed that another victim was transported to a hospital for minor injuries, and one individual was taken in for a medical episode rather than a gunshot wound. The person that was killed was identified as 40-year-old Timothy Smith, who was an employee of Kent Moore just like Bollin.
After fleeing the scene of the cabinet store shooting, Bollin shot and injured a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper in nearby Grimes County. He is also being charged for the attempted murder of the trooper.
A Brazos County judge set Bollin’s bond at a total of $2.2 million— $1 million for the incident with the trooper and $1.2 million for Smith’s murder. If convicted of all six charges, Bollin could face two to 20 years in prison for each aggravated assault charge as well as a fine.