Marysville man accused of firing shots at van

MARYSVILLE — A Marysville man has been arrested for investigation of assault and possessing a stolen firearm after an early morning shooting Monday.

The suspect had been celebrating his 22nd birthday Monday when he allegedly was spotted urinating on a van in the 5800 block of 60th Drive NE.

A woman who lived in the van with another person confronted him and got his license plate number, court papers said.

The man allegedly fired four shots into the van. The woman was struck by shrapnel and had non life-threatening injuries, according to court papers.

The man allegedly told police that he made a bad choice and he had not felt threatened.

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