More Shots Fired Calls – More Shooting Victims As Gunfire Continues In Everett

December 17, 2022

Police Blotter

Initial information as of 2:30 AM: Still reeling from four shootings in 24 hours between Wednesday morning and Thursday morning police in Everett, Washington dealt with more shootings overnight Friday into Saturday.

A Medic unit from Everett Fire transports a shooting victim from the area of Beverly Boulevard and East Casino Road.

Everett Police and a Lynnwood K-9 search the area in the 7600 block of Beverly Boulevard for a suspect.

Everett Police and SCSO Deputies in the 10600 block of 19th Ave. SE.

Multiple shell casings were recovered from different spots in the parking lot.

Right around midnight Everett Police received multiple reports of gunshots in the area of Beverly Boulevard and East Casino Road.

Arriving officers located a person who had been shot and began rendering first aid. Medics were called and the person was transported to Providence Regional Medical Center. At this time there was no word on the person’s condition.

A K-9 unit from Lynnwood and a drone from Lake Stevens were used to help Everett Police check the area for a suspect. As of this writing none had been reported located.

While that was happening, Sno911 received multiple calls of gunfire in several areas of south Everett.

One of those locations was at a strip mall in the 10600 block of 19th Avenue SE near Silver Lake. Snohomish County Sheriff’s Deputies assisted Everett Police there.

Officers recovered shell casings from multiple areas in the parking lot at that shopping plaza.

Everett Police and officers from Mukilteo PD checked additional locations along Casino Road and Evergreen Way following calls to Sno911 about shots fired but there were no reports of injury or damages found. Officers are expected to return to those areas and check during daylight.

Around 12:15 AM a person suffering a gunshot wound came into Swedish-Mill Creek Hospital south of the Everett City limits.

As of this writing it is not known if that person’s gunshot wound was related to any of the reported shots fired calls in south Everett, but EPD officers were following up at that hospital.

No information on that person’s condition was available as of this writing.

It seems Everett is having an unprecedented string of gun violence this week. We’ll update you as best we can. As always if you have any information or video you are asked to call the Everett Police Tip Line at (425) 257-8450.

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