Police tape surrounds O’Finnigan’s Pub on Highway 99 south of Everett after a shooting there early on Saturday left one dead and one injured outside the bar. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Police tape surrounds O’Finnigan’s Pub on Highway 99 south of Everett after a shooting there early on Saturday left one dead and one injured outside the bar. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Man shot dead after argument at bar south of Everett

Police say an employee of the bar shot and killed the man, who had opened fire in the parking lot.

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