Police in the US state of California have arrested a university student suspected of shooting dead a man in a dispute over a video game console.
The incident happened on Monday at an apartment block close to the California State University campus in Fresno.
Police said 19-year-old criminology student Jonquel Brooks got into an argument with four men at his apartment and opened fire with a handgun.
A 19-year-old man was killed and two other men received gunshot wounds.
"The dispute was over a Playstation," said Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer.
"The suspect pulled out a handgun and fired repeatedly towards the direction of these individuals."
Students 'not in danger'
Police evacuated the apartment complex as they searched for the gunman, but the university campus remained opened.
Mr Dyer said that Mr Brooks handed himself in after intense telephone negotiations involving police, his parents and a lawyer.
He said students at the nearby campus had never been in danger because police were in contact with the gunman and knew he was not on the campus.
The two injured men have been released from hospital.
The incident comes only three weeks after a student went on a deadly shooting spree at a university, causing shock across America.
Twenty-three-year-old Cho Seung-hui killed 32 students on the Virginia Tech campus before committing suicide.