One person was shot, and a gunman was arrested at a community college outside Oklahoma City on Monday, authorities said.

Rose State College, which is about 8 miles east of downtown Oklahoma City, issued its first active shooter warning around 12:36 p.m. CT.

“We are currently experiencing an active shooter situation on campus,” said one statement issued by the school.

“Please shelter in place and follow instructions from law enforcement officers. More information to follow as it becomes available.»

That statement was followed by the news that the suspect had been detained.

One person was shot and another person was arrested, the Midwest City Police Department said.

However, the shelter-in-place was maintained as a precaution even after police said a shooter had been arrested.

Officers were seen gathering around the Larry W. Nutter Administration Building and the neighboring Russell Vaught Humanities Building.

This is a developing story. Please check for updates.