Man arrested after shooting at Casino Road apartment complex

Police surrounded the building Friday night and a SWAT crew used tear gas to get the man to surrender.

EVERETT – After being holed up in a West Casino Road apartment complex, a man suspected of shooting a man surrendered to police Friday night.

The man was booked into the Snohomish County Jail early Saturday morning on suspicion of assault with a gun after allegedly shooting another man in the chest Friday afternoon at an apartment building, authorities said.

The shooting victim, who drove 1½ miles to a restaurant after being wounded, was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett with non-life threatening injuries.

Police surrounded the apartment complex searching for suspects Friday night.

A SWAT crew used tear gas to get the man to exit and surrender at about 10 p.m., Everett Police Department Deputy Chief John DeRousse said.

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