One of the three students grazed by a bullet in Monday's shooting at Bethune-Cookman University went to the hospital Wednesday because of a headache. He ended up having bullet fragments lodged in his head.
Juanye Jones, 19, told News 13 in a phone interview that he went to the hospital because of a "serious headache."
Medical personnel at the hospital determined Jones had bullet fragments in his head.
Jones, in the phone interview, said he was "terrified" during the moments Monday night when a gunman opened fire on the school's Volusia County campus.
Jimmie Flynt, a spokesman with the Daytona Beach Police Department, also confirmed Thursday that investigators have located the black SUV seen on surveillance video pulling into the parking lot just before gunfire erupted.
Investigators are in the process of talking to the vehicle's owner, Flynt said. No one has been arrested in connection to the shooting.
Bethune-Cookman and Daytona Beach police officials have increased the reward to $10,500 for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of a suspect.
Anyone with information can log on to www.dbpd.us and click on "Anonymous Web Tips" or call the Daytona Beach Police Department at (386) 323-3569.