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OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. – One person was killed and at least six people were injured at a Cinco de Mayo party Friday night at a restaurant in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.

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Update 9:20 a.m. EDT May 7: The Ocean Springs Police Department announced Saturday night that an arrest has been made after a shooting that killed one and injured six others at a Cinco de Mayo party the night before, according to The Associated Press.

The suspect’s name has not been released according to Ocean Springs Police Chief Mark Dunston due to the ongoing investigation, the AP reported.

Original story: In a news release obtained by The AP, Ocean Springs Police Capt. Ryan LeMaire confirmed that seven people were shot at The Scratch Kitchen late Friday evening. At least six people were taken to the hospital but the extent of their injuries is unknown.

The man who died was identified as Chase Harmon, 19, according to the AP.

The Scratch Kitchen is located in a busy area of downtown Ocean Springs that is filled with bars and restaurants, according to WLOX. The Scratch Kitchen’s owner, Brittany Alexander, told the Sun Herald that there were about 200 people at the restaurant’s Cinco de Mayo celebration when the shooting happened.

“The person who did the shooting wasn’t a customer,” owner Brittany Alexander told the newspaper. “He didn’t get an armband or anything to be out here.”

Saturday’s shooting marked the sixth shooting in seven days in southern Mississippi, according to WLOX.

In a news release obtained by the Sun Herald, police said they currently have no suspects.