Deputies responding to a 911 calls fired shots at suspect, striking him in the leg.
A 67-year-old man was shot in the leg by a Snohomish County sheriff’s deputy Saturday during a domestic-violence investigation, according to police.
The Snohomish County Prosecutor’s Office said the county’s multiple-agency response team was dispatched to investigate the incident.
A news release did not identify the deputy or the shooting victim.
The shooting occurred in the 4100 block of 120th Place SE in Everett at approximately 9:50 p.m. after a woman called 911 to report she was being assaulted by her husband and threatened with a weapon. When deputies arrived, they confronted the man and several shots were fired. The deputies were not injured.
Most Read Local Stories
- 'Unwanted subject': What led a Kirkland yogurt shop to call police on a black man | Danny Westneat
- Puget Sound orcas are in town, chasing chum and wowing ferry riders WATCH
- Seattle police seize guns, samurai sword from accused stalker; suspect charged with perjury for lying to police
- Alaska Airlines starts taking reservations for flights out of Everett's Paine Field
- Lynnwood man who raped dying woman gets less than 3 years in prison
The suspect was taken into custody, provided aid at the scene and transported to Providence Regional Medical Center for treatment, according to police. A telephone message left with the hospital’s public relations department was not immediately returned Sunday.