Police still investigating Everett man’s shooting death

His grandfather, 94, was hospitalized for a mental health evaluation, police said.

EVERETT — A 94-year-old Everett man remained hospitalized for a mental health evaluation Tuesday after the death of his grandson.

The grandson was shot Sunday.

On Tuesday, detectives were still investigating the circumstances leading up to the gunfire, Everett police officer Aaron Snell said. They also were awaiting autopsy results from the county medical examiner.

The identity of the grandson, who reportedly was in his 40s, has not yet been released.

Police plan to confer with prosecutors on whether charges will be filed, Snell said.

The incident occurred on Madison Avenue.

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