Austin Police make arrest in shooting that left security guard injured near UT

Austin Police have made an arrest in the Sept. 11 shooting near the University of Texas campus that injured a security guard.

At approximately 3 a.m. Sunday, Austin Police Department officers responded to 2701 Neches Street for a report of a shooting. According to a press release from the APD, the initial investigation showed that an individual was asked to leave a party that at the Neches address. The individual returned to the party, which led to an altercation, and a security guard was shot.

The security guard was transported to University Medical Center at Brackenridge with non-life threatening injuries. At the time, the suspect was not located at or near the scene, and no arrest were made.

Monday, the department announced that one person has been arrested in connection with the shooting. He has been identified as Daniel Hamilton Magee, 18. Magee is not a student at the University of Texas.

He has been charged with aggravated assault and is in custody at the Travis County Jail. Three other people were taken into custody but have not been arrested or charged at this time, the department said.