Authorities were still trying to determine what prompted Monday's shooting. Weslayan remains closed to traffic while officers investigate.
The gunman was known to law enforcement, officials said, and several guns were found in the man's auto. Ready would not describe those weapons. The Porsche in question is registered to Nathan Desai. Houston police said they have found no connection to terrorism.
Apparently the police initially apprehended a black man, so witnesses reported him as a suspect.
All of his victims survived but one person was critically wounded and five others were hospitalised, Houston's Acting Police Chief Martha Montalvo said.
Meanwhile, a number of Yelp reviews have resurfaced of DeSai's law firm, with people posting negative comments about the service.
Houston lawyer Nathan DeSai opened fire in the centre early Monday morning, hitting six people at random. His father said that DeSai was anxious that his new law practice was not going well; his longtime law firm had closed in February due to economic conditions. McDaniel & DeSai had a general practice, McDaniel said, but he's concentrated on criminal defense since the split.
"I'm reading stuff online talking about how he was possibly a fired employee that was disgruntled", McDaniel said. The gunman was reportedly well-known to police. "We are checking every angle, I can assure you".
Police believe DeSai acted alone in the shootings. ABC13 has confirmed that Nazi materials found inside the vehicle registered to DeSai.
Calls placed to phone numbers connected to DeSai and his father were not answered.
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A person familiar with J.J. "They will tomorrow, likely placing him on Injured Reserve, then hoping he can return". He started each of the team's three regular-season games and got hurt again Thursday against the Patriots.
His 80-year-old father said DeSai owned guns to protect himself against his own clients.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, in Cuba on a trip to develop trade relations, told reporters, "The motivation appears to be a lawyer whose relationship with his law firm went bad".
"As victims of the Houston shooting fight for their lives this morning, Cecilia and I ask that all Texans join us in keeping them in your thoughts and prayers".
"He deals with amusing people and criminally-minded people and you don't know if something goes wrong, if they're going to be upset at you", his father said.
"He got out of his auto, we hugged, we cried", Molleda said, adding that after she saw everything, she believes DeSai was "aiming to kill". DeSai had lived at the complex since at least 2004, according to property records.
A cars windows are shattered by bullets at the scene of a shooting along Wesleyan at Law Street in Houston that left multiple people injured and the alleged shooter dead. He was taken to the hospital.
One witness, said he heard "over 100 shots" fired - including AK-47 and AR-15 gunfire.
Williams says people cut through the neighborhood to avoid some busier intersections. Emergency vehicles flooded the area around the strip center bordered by Weslayan, Bissonnet and Law Street. They live in the same condo complex as the shooter, who Molleda said a few weeks ago brandished an assault-style weapon at roofers in the complex. She didn't have more details. He also said his son, whom he saw Sunday, was upset because "his law practice is not going well" and stays upset "because of his personal problems". A bomb squad cleared a vehicle near the scene.