Two suspects were arrested with connections to a fraternity house shooting at Youngstown State University early Sunday morning that left one dead and 11 hurt.
Jamail E. Johnson, 25, was killed in the shooting and a student at the university. Five of the other victims were students as well.
The shooting took place following an argument between house members and one of the suspects reports the Wall Street Journal. Residents of the house escorted the suspect out and he returned with the other suspect and opened fire.
The fraternity was not on university property.
Ten of the 11 injured victims are expected to make a full recovery, while one is in critical condition according to the Examiner.
Youngstown Police Chief Jimmy Hughes viewed the shooting as an isolated incident. "We seldom have any problems at the university," he said in a statement, according to the Wall Street Journal.