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May 30, 2020

DAILYKENN.com -- A male was arrested after shooting a "complete stranger" at the upscale Post Oak Hotel in Houston, Texas, reports say. 

Reports claim the shooter and victim argued in the hotel lobby prior to the attack that left the victim in critical condition. 

The suspect was released on bond. He is identified as Kevin Rafael Wright, 31. The victim, Jason Robbins, was shot several times, reports say

"There is surveillance video of this shooting," khou.com reported.

According to the hotel's website, "The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston is the city's only AAA Five-Diamond destination boasting elegant accommodations masterfully blended with extensive conference space, prominent office space, designer fashion, signature dining and sophisticated amenities all in one tower."

The hotel features strict behavior guidelines and dress code, according to its website.  

Both men were guests at the hotel, according to houstonchronicle.com

The man accused of shooting a guest Sunday at the Post Oak Hotel has been identified as Kevin Rafael Wright, a 31-year-old from Georgia, according to Houston police.

He has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after he shot Jason Robbins, of Louisiana, around 5:30 a.m. following a verbal spat, police said. Wright opened fire from the hotel entrance, striking Robbins four times as he was leaving, according to court records. Both men were hotel guests.

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