A junior college football player wounded multiple people and killed a teammate in a shooting that occurred in Miami Gardens, Florida. The incident took place in a hotel.

David J. Neal of the Miami Herald reported that 19-year-old Jeremiah Harris is in the custody of Miami-Dade Corrections and has been charged with one count of second-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder. Harris is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

The report did not include the name of the deceased, only that he was a teammate of Harris at ASA College Miami. From the Miami Herald:

According to an arrest report, Harris and the teammate who died argued at Tuesday morning’s practice for the football team, which is scheduled to open its season against Keiser on Aug. 21. Harris told police he didn’t think much of it. Witnesses said Harris thought enough of it to tell the teammate when they got back to the hotel, “I have 13 shots in my fanny pack.”

The hospitalized victim told police that the three men went to Harris’ hotel room because the teammate “wanted the argument squashed.”

Per the report, Harris fired into the hall from his room, then, “one man dropped there, another ran into room No. 301 and a third skedaddled out of the hallway.” Cameras showed Harris tossing his Taurus 9mm semiautomatic pistol in a restroom.