A fraternity party at Ohio's Youngstown State University turned into a deadly shooting scene early Sunday morning. Police identified the man who was shot dead as 25-year-old Jamail E. Johnson, and found that at least six of the eleven people wounded during the shooting were students, but were unable to report on the identities and conditions of the remaining five victims. No arrests have been made, though police say they've identified at least one suspect. YSU President Cynthia Anderson visited injured students and their families at the hospital this morning, saying it was "a sad day for the YSU family". Though they have not yet arrested a suspect, police told school officials that further threat to the university's students, faculty, or staff was unlikely.