HENDERSON, Ky. − At least two individuals are dead and different others were harmed after a detailed mass taking shots at a Kentucky destitute sanctuary for men Thursday night, authorities said.

The shooting happened around 7:40 p.m. at the Harbor House Christian Center. Around 15 individuals were inside at that point, Henderson City Commissioner Robert Pruitt said.

In a Facebook post, Henderson Police Department distinguished the suspect as Kenneth R. Gibbs of Henderson.

Not long from now before 10 p.m., Henderson police said via virtual entertainment that Gibbs had been found and arrested.

Pruitt affirmed the main casualty to the Courier and Press, some portion of the USA TODAY Network, and city representative Donna Stinnett affirmed the second.

Henderson police said the scene has been gotten. No names of casualties have been delivered.

Harbor House is recorded as a destitute haven on Facebook and Google. Its Facebook page depicts it a

"a protected harbor for men out of luck. Harbor House is a Christian-based association committed to bringing men up locally, by advancing a God-based establishment."