Seattle man dead in shooting at home near Everett

No one was arrested after the shooting Monday night northeast of Silver Lake.

EVERETT — A Seattle man was shot to death in a fight late Monday at a home near Silver Lake.

The man, 21, was visiting the home in the 10600 block of 32nd Drive SE. A fight broke out there around 10:45 p.m., according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

The homeowner, 47, fired a single gunshot that struck the visitor in the chest, according to the sheriff’s office. The Seattle man died at the scene. He was visiting another person who lived at the home.

All four people who were present remained at the scene and cooperated with sheriff’s deputies.

No one was arrested.

Major crimes detectives were still investigating. It’s too soon to say if the shooting was an act of self-defense, sheriff’s spokeswoman Courtney O’Keefe said.

The deceased man’s identity had not been released.

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