3 Arrested in Shooting at Kan. College

Police have released few details on the shooting.

Three men were arrested after a shooting in the parking lot of Dodge City Community College in Topeka, Kansas.

No one was injured in the April 25 shooting, although the gunman was allegedly aiming at three students, according to wibw.com.

As a result of the shooting, local police charged Jose Guzma with attempted first degree murder while Uriel Adame and Juan Buendia have been charged with conspiracy.

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Police used the school’s video surveillance system and eye witness accounts to track down the suspects.

Guzma allegedly shot at the students with an automatic rifle from a white car, spraying several other vehicles with gunfire. The motive for the shooting is not known.

Two of the students played on the school’s football team.

The three suspects are being held at Ford County Jail.

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