AKRON -- Police are investigating a shooting that sent six people to the hospital early Saturday. The shooting happened just after midnight on the 600 block of Sherman Street.
Police say a college fraternity had an off-campus party that turned violent.
Several people who attended the party were asked to leave shortly after a large fight. A few minutes later, one man returned and fired multiple shots into the crowd.
Officers arrested Cordell Midgett-Crosby, 20, Adrian Simmons, 20, Frank Clardy, 20, Darrel Crosby, Jr., 20, Lovell White, 23, and Arturo Norris, 23. All were charged with Aggravated Riot.
Other charges may come as the investigation continues.
The shooting victims were taken to area hospitals for treatment. Their ages range from 18 to 41-years-old. Three of the victims were from Akron, two from Cleveland, and one from Warrensville Heights.
One person was shot in the buttocks and had to have surgery. The names of the victims and their conditions have not been released at this time.
According to the Facebook pages of some fraternity members, the fraternity planned on having a "Glow in the Dark" house party.
One member posted, "My prayers go out to everyone."
Akron Police continue to investigate the incident.