Student cleared in Lone Star College shooting

Charges have been dropped against Carlton Berry, 22, who was accused of shooting two people at Lone Star College in Houston. Another student, Trey Foster, has been charged with the shooting.

Berry wants an apology from Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia.

“All I know is, I’m a good person. I don’t run in gangs, I’m not a gang member,” Berry said Tuesday at a news conference in front of the New Black Panthers headquarters. “I go to school to better my future, and that’s what I intend to do from now on.

Berry said he was walking with Foster, a friend since high school, when he began arguing with Jody Neal, 25, who’s in a GED program on campus. Foster allegedly fired 10 shots, wounding Neal, Berry and a maintenance man who was passing by. Law enforcement officials originally thought Berry had shot himself accidentally.