Everett house party shooting sends two men to hospital

Police recovered casings from the scene in north Everett and are looking for information.

EVERETT — Two men were reportedly shot and wounded outside a house party early Sunday.

Everett Police responded to calls of gunshots at a home in the 2600 block of Oakes Avenue in north Everett just before 1 a.m., officer Aaron Snell said. Earlier in the evening, police had been called to the location because of noise complaints.

As police arrived and noticed some sort of disturbance, they were notified that two men in their late teens or early 20s had arrived at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett with gunshot wounds.

Neither had life-threatening injuries, Snell said. No arrests were made and police do not have any suspects or a description of suspects.

Some vehicles at the scene appeared to have been hit by gunfire, Snell said, and shell casings were recovered. The shootings remain under investigation.

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