BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The shooting rocked Morgan State University last week and now we’re uncovering new information about the suspected gunman.

Mike Hellgren breaks down the case and details security concerns.

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There are chilling images of the violence that has shaken Morgan State University–two shootings on campus in four months, combined with a recent rise in robberies.

Since the latest shooting last week, the campus has visibly pumped up security, but is it enough?

“I like that they put more security out. They need it because before, you could barely see any security,” said junior Olivia Fudge.

“It’s basically the same. They haven’t done anything to make it too much better,” said sophomore Jessica Jefferson.

Charging documents in the latest case details a frantic chase for the suspected gunman, 20-year-old Keith Robertson, but reveals little about the motive, a dispute of some sort.

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Police say Robertson ran down Hillen Road and hid behind a security shield. They were watching him the entire time and quickly put him under arrest.

The victim, football player Tyrell Okoro, was hit with bullets in both legs and his torso.

Police recovered a 9mm handgun and 16 baggies of marijuana from the suspect.

“We have been assured by the university that they are taking full responsibility for security,” said graduate student Antonio Caldwell. “That there’s crime prevention instead of crime intervention.”

Morgan’s president addressed those security concerns in a recent interview with WJZ.

“One thing Morgan is not, it is not a negligent bystander in the protection of our students and in our campus community,” said Dr. David Wilson, president of Morgan State University.

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Text and email alerts went out to students and faculty after the shooting Friday. The system worked without any glitches.