Police investigate shooting in south Everett

EVERETT — Police are investigating a shooting that took place Saturday in south Everett. At approximately 7:20 a.m., Everett Police responded to a report of a gunshot at commercial address in the 200 block of E Casino Road.

They found a man in his mid-40s whose neck appeared to have been grazed by a bullet. The man was treated at the scene and transported to a local hospital for follow-up treatment. His injuries were not considered life-threatening.

The man was unable to communicate with officers because of a language barrier, and police have not been able to identify a suspect or other individuals who may be connected to the case. The Everett Police Department’s Major Crimes Unit is continuing to investigate the incident.

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