EVERETT — A shooting Sunday night on Evergreen Way sent a man to the hospital after he suffered a gunshot wound to his back. The man was in stable condition as of Monday morning, according to Everett Police Department officer Kerby Duncan.
At about 9:40 p.m., a silver sedan stopped at a traffic light in the 10700 block of Evergreen Way, Duncan said. A black sedan reportedly pulled up next to the silver sedan, and somebody in the black car fired at the silver car.
The silver car fled to Fourth Avenue West. A backseat passenger was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, where he was treated for the gunshot wound. The man was not cooperative with police while at the hospital, Duncan said.
As of Monday morning, police did not know if there was any relationship between the people in the cars, Duncan said. Six shell casings were found at the intersection of Third Avenue SE and 97th Street SE.
Everett police reportedly have information about a potential suspect, Duncan said.
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