Two Hit By Shots At Everett House Party

June 3, 2018


Editor’s Update 3:00 PM Sunday: Everett Police have updated the victim information on this morning’s shooting. One victim is a 20-year-old female and the other a 16-year-old male. Both were brought to Providence Regional Medical Center separately in private cars immediately after the shooting was reported in the 2600 block of Chestnut. They are both expected to recover from their injuries. At this time there is no suspect information and detectives are working on the case. Anyone with information is asked to call the Everett Police tip line at 425-257-8450.


Police used a P.A. to call people out of the house.


After making sure there were no other victims inside the house Everett PD officers check the outside.


The house sits at the corner of 26th and Chestnut


One of several shell casings found in the street outside of the house.

A 16 and 17-year-old were reportedly shot at a house party overnight in north Everett.

Around 12:30 AM calls began coming into 9-1-1 of shots fired in the area of 26th and Chestnut.

As Everett Police arrived multiple cars were leaving the area and people were also seen running away.

EPD then received reports of two different gunshot victims arriving at Providence Regional Medical Center in private cars.

Everett Police used a PA system to call people out of the house at 2601 Chestnut. Officers then went into the house and made sure there were no shooting victims inside.

Multiple shell casings were found in the street outside of the house.

Major crimes detectives from Everett Police were called out to the scene and an investigation is underway.

Everett Police Spokesman Aaron Snell says the injuries to the teens are not believed to be life threatening.

At this time there is no information on suspects.

Here are some photos from the scene.

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