Suspect Shoots Man During Argument at Union Station in DC

Union Station shooting response
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A man shot another man during an argument at Union Station in D.C. on Monday afternoon, police say. 

D.C. police said the men were having a fight in the parking garage area when one of them opened fire on the other about 3 p.m.

A private security officer and Capitol Police officers immediately stopped the suspect, police said.

The victim was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Marlon Trevor Bacote, of Richmond, Virginia, is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, carrying a pistol without a license, possession of an unregistered ammunition, possession of an unregistered firearm/unlawful possession of a firearm or destructive device, and possession of a large ammunition feeding device.

Police said a firearm with a "high-capacity magazine" was recovered.

There were closures in the bus deck area as police investigated.

U.S. Capitol Police and Amtrak police assisted the Metropolitan Police Department. 

Officials initially said a second person had been shot.

Stay with NBC Washington for more details on this developing story. 

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