A person has been arrested in connection with a capturing at a car show in Dumas, Arkansas, that killed a single man or woman and still left 26 wounded over the weekend, condition law enforcement announced.

Brandon Deandra Knight, 22, of Jacksonville, was arrested Wednesday following remaining unveiled from a Dumas medical center, Arkansas State Police said in a news launch. He was charged with to start with-diploma battery and aggravated assault, officials said.

Knight is becoming held at the Dumas Metropolis Jail and his 1st courtroom overall look is scheduled for Thursday. A judge set his bond at $100,000 at a hearing Wednesday, NBC Information affiliate KARK of Very little Rock, Arkansas, documented. 

Gunfire broke out at the Dumas vehicle exhibit late Saturday night in what was explained as a shootout amongst two folks, point out police stated through a Sunday news meeting.

“The base line on this is just two men and women acquired into a gunfight,” Col. William J. Bryant claimed. “Unfortunately we experienced multi victims of the capturing incident.”

A complete of 26 people have been wounded by the gunfire, which includes five small children concerning the ages of 19 months to 11 years aged, state police mentioned.

One human being was killed. The victim, discovered by the agency as Cameron Shaffer, 23, of Jacksonville, died at the Dumas medical center.

The investigation into the taking pictures is ongoing.

The automobile show was aspect of a local community celebration held just about every spring termed Hood-Nic, which is brief for neighborhood picnic. The function, which helps raise money for scholarships and faculty supplies, also integrated a bonfire, a basketball tournament, musical performances, a teen get together and a balloon launch.

Movie from the grounds of the event confirmed by NBC Information confirmed a setup identical to a audio festival, with a stage, foodstuff concessions, tarp-coated booths, and dust-coated pedestrian paths.

The event’s organizers, a nonprofit team named the Hoodnic Foundation, mentioned it was “heartbroken and in shock at what took area during tonight’s auto demonstrate,” in assertion posted to its Facebook webpage.

Dennis Romero and Joe Studley contributed.