People Shot, Cars Hit, But Little Cooperation With Everett Police After Party On Oakes

April 8, 2018

Police Blotter


There is a bullet hole through the windshield of this car.


Bullet holes in this car.


The back window was also shattered and neighbors found additional bullet casings this morning.

Two people showed up at Providence Regional Medical Center with gunshot wounds, at least two vehicles were hit and multiple casings were recovered in the 2600 block of Oakes in Everett early this morning.

Aaron Snell with Everett Police tells that about 12:45 AM Everett Police began receiving reports of multiple shots fired in the area of 26th and Oakes just north of downtown Everett.

Arriving patrol officers found people arguing and reports of a fight inside a house on Oakes. Additional patrol units from south Everett were called to respond and officers worked to get the situation under control and try to find out what was going on.

Police found at least two cars damaged by bullets and multiple shell casings on the street. People from the house where the incident occurred were limited in the information provided to officers.

While on scene Everett Police were notified by Providence Regional Medical Center that two men had shown up with gunshot wounds. One man was hit in the leg, another the arm. Both were young men who had arrived in a private vehicle. Snell says they were not cooperative with police. Their injuries were not life threatening.

Like all shootings in Everett now, the case will be reviewed by detectives and the shell casings collected and processed into a database to try and determine if they were fired from a gun used in other crimes. No arrests have been made.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Everett Police Tip Line at 425-257-8450.

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