COLLEGE STATION, Texas — 11:15 p.m.
Law enforcement continues to investigate the shooting. Authorities said the victim is listed in stable condition at the hospital.
All residents of the complex are allowed to return to their homes, authorities confirmed.
The College Station Police Department confirmed the suspected gunman has surrendered and was arrested around 10 p.m. They said officers will work to allow access back to the complex for Buildings 1-4.
The standoff continues with the suspect in a apartment in Building 4. Authorities with the College Station Police Department, Bryan Police Department and Texas A&M Police Department remain at the scene, as well as first responders with the College Station Fire Department.
Access into the complex remains limited to those living in Buildings 5, 6 and 7. Those living in 1, 2, 3 and 4 will not have access to their apartments at this time. The Shelter in Place order remains for those who are in Building 4.
The standoff with the suspected gunman is ongoing. Authorities said they are hoping to end things peacefully and do not have a timeline as to when the shelter in place will end or when the entrances to the apartment complex will reopen.
College Station police said the investigation and standoff going on at the apartment complex is not an "active shooter" situation. They are currently trying to talk with the suspect, who has been isolated to one apartment in Building 4 at this time.
According to the apartment complex, College Station police said the shooting is an "isolated incident." The shelter in place only applies to Building 4 at this time at Lake Walk at Traditions on the 8100 block of Atlas Pear Drive.
However, Buildings 1, 2, and 3 are inaccessible at the time and the people who live in those buildings are not able to come and go. People who live in Buildings 5, 6 and 7 are able enter through the back entrance.
At least one building at the complex has been taped off with crime scene tape and a College Station crime scene unit left the complex around 6 p.m. All entrances and exits to the complex remain blocked off by police units.
Authorities said the suspected gunman has been isolated to one apartment in Building 4. They are asking everyone who lives in Building 4 to stay in their apartments with their doors locked. The surrounding apartments in the area of the suspected gunman have been evacuated.
People were scene walking in and out of the complex with their dogs or were walking on the paths around the complex.
Authorities have confirmed at least one person has been taken to the hospital with a serious gunshot wound. College Station police officers were called to the complex around 4 p.m. after a person called for help and said they had been shot.
Authorities with the College Station Police Department, Bryan Police Department and the Texas A&M Police Department are investigating a shooting at the Lake Park at Traditions apartment complex.
Authorities are asking people who live in the complex to stay in their apartments with their doors and windows locked.
This is a developing story. We will continue to update you as more information is available.