Police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, arrested two people in connection with a mass shooting early Friday at a fraternity party near the campus of Southern University that left 11 people injured.

According to police on Friday, Daryl Stansberry, 28, and Miles Moss, 24, were charged with 11 counts of accessory after the fact to attempted first-degree murder and illegal use of a weapon.

Authorities said they "believe this to be an isolated incident," and "there is no ongoing threat" to the school.

The Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity house
The Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity house is located just off of Southern University's campus in Baton Rouge Google Maps

Police said the shooting happened following a fight at the fraternity's yearly Kappa Luau homecoming party. According to arrest documents, a handgun was fired into a large crowd during the fight.

Freshman Jason Odel told New Orleans CBS affiliate 4WWL that he thought people were dancing, but then a flashlight revealed a group of people fighting and what "turned out to be a gun."

In a statement on Facebook, Southern University and A&M College wrote the shooting was off campus and that officials "are continuing to work to ensure that students, employees, alumni, and other visitors to campus are safe, ensuring this homecoming weekend."

This is not the first time that a homecoming party at Southern University ended in gunfire. In 2018, LSU basketball player Wayde Sims was shot and killed during an altercation.

Dyteon Simpson was convicted for the shooting in April and sentenced to life in prison. He was found dead in his cell in July.