Meanwhile, detectives continued Tuesday to investigate a possible motive for the shooting. The suspect was believed to have said something about having a complaint prior to the shooting, but police officials have divulged little more.
A bomb squad that was at the station checked a vehicle that may have belonged to the shooter immediately after the incident, which occurred as a community meeting with about 35 people was underway in a room near the lobby, police said.
Daphne Brogdon, a member of the Olympic Park Neighborhood Council, was at the group's monthly meeting inside the station's West Bureau community room when the gunfire broke out.
After the shots began, Brogdon said she jumped up, ran to a lectern and dived beneath it, trying to shield herself.
"I hid, and everyone else just hit the ground," she said. "Everyone was trying to be really quiet, and the shots continued."