TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) -- A shooting at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa has left one student in jail and another person in the hospital.
21-year-old Elgerondo Williams is charged with attempted murder.
According to investigators, Williams and a 19-year-old argued about money owed on a bet over a video game.
The victim was shot twice in the torso. He is in stable condition.
Tuscaloosa Police have also arrested a fourth suspect in connection with the murder of a Shelton State Community College student.
18-year-old Tamarra Wilder is charged with murder.
Police say she witnessed the deadly shooting of Hunter Callahan.
According to investigators, Callahan was in the parking lot of the River Road Condominiums on April 9, 2013, when Tamarra Wilder and three other people met up with Callahan under the guise of a drug transaction. They then tried to rob him,
20-year-old Shydelle Walker, 18-year-old Kiunte Furr and 23-year-old Timothy Thornton are all charged in the case.
Investigators say more arrests could follow.
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