No injuries in pellet gun incident at south Everett Walmart

The store on Evergreen Way was evacuated, and a man was detained.

Emergency responders on the scene Sunday of the south Everett Walmart, where a man was detained after allegedly firing a pellet gun in the parking lot. (Everett Police Department)

Emergency responders on the scene Sunday of the south Everett Walmart, where a man was detained after allegedly firing a pellet gun in the parking lot. (Everett Police Department)

EVERETT — A man was detained Sunday after allegedly firing a pellet gun in the Walmart parking lot on Evergreen Way.

The incident was reported just before 4:30 p.m. The man went inside as Everett police arrived, officer Aaron Snell said.

The store was evacuated, and the man was found in a bathroom.

The investigation was ongoing Sunday evening. The man’s age and other details weren’t immediately released.

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