Shots Fired Call Starts Off Everett’s Saturday

January 9, 2016

Everett, Police Blotter

Editor’s Update Sunday Jan. 10th 6:55 AM: Everett Police patrol officers spent Saturday looking for the suspects involved in the shooting. The case is being turned over to detectives for follow-up. Police determined the woman who first claimed she was hit by a car did not in fact get hit but was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center for other issues.


Everett Police blocked off 17th street between Lombard and Oakes.


A woman was struck by a car.


A bullet hole in one of the vehicles.


Police recovered at least one shell casing.


Patrol officers check another vehicle hit by gunfire.


The woman hit by the car was taken to Providence.

A drive-by shooting started Everett’s Saturday morning today.

Police were called to the 1900 block of 17th street to reports of shots fired at 6 o’clock this morning.

Two vehicles were hit by gun shots and a woman was struck by a car.

Patrol officers were collecting evidence and working the scene.

Few details are available as it is early into the investigation but it appears no people were hit by the gunfire.

The woman hit by the car was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center with non life–threatening injuries.

Here are a few photos from the scene.


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