A shooting in downtown Minneapolis left two people dead and eight others wounded, police said early Saturday. The 10 people shot included five men and five women, the police department said in a series of tweets.
Two of the men died and another man was at a hospital in critical condition, police said. The other seven wounded people had injuries not considered to be life-threatening.
One person is in custody in connection with the shooting, police announced Saturday night. Police said a 23-year-old man has been booked into the Hennepin County Jail, but no charges have been filed yet, CBS Minnesota reports.
Police spokesperson John Elder said in a statement that officers who were working in the area responded to sounds of gunfire and "encountered an exceptionally chaotic scene."
"Officers located several people laying on the ground with obvious wounds, likely from gunshots. Officers located an adult male deceased on the ground," the statement said. "As officers triaged patients, treating those most severely injured first, they located another adult male deceased with a gunshot wound. "
Elder said the gunfire apparently stemmed from two men in a crowd who got into an argument, pulled out guns and started shooting.
Order was "fully restored to the scene and surrounding areas" later Saturday morning, police said.