AUSTIN, Texas — The suspect in the Seventh Street shooting that was caught on video in July has been arrested, according to the Austin Police Department.

The shooting happened just before 3 a.m. on July 21 near the ARCH downtown, which is on Seventh and Red River.

Police said Reginald Isaish Thomas is responsible for shooting a woman several times after getting in an altercation with her.

A video of the shooting that was uploaded to YouTube shows a group of people fighting when a man pulls out a gun and starts shooting. The video shows the man firing the gun thee times near a woman's leg.

Warning: The video is graphic.

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According to the Austin Police Association, the victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was transported to a local hospital.

Thomas was booked into the McCulloch County Jail in Brady, Texas, on Aug. 2, according to APD. Officials are working to transfer Thomas back to Travis County Jail.

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