Lethal Shooting at Casino Road Residential Complex Under Investigation

A man was shot dead on Sunday afternoon at a residential complex in south Everett.

According to a press release from the local police authorities, the incident took place at around 5:15 PM at the Shiloh Village apartments on 1926 W. Casino Road.

The police were notified of the occurrence after numerous people phoned with information about gunfire in the area.

The murdered man was found near block “H” of the residential complex. He is supposed to be between 20 and 30 years of age. The paramedics who responded to the emergency reported that the man was dead at the scene.

Investigation of the case has commenced on Sunday evening. Detectives are working to gather more evidence in order to shed light on the motives and other circumstances around the tragedy.

A public call for information has been issued by the police. Anyone who can share details on the incident is urged to call the Everett Police Department TIP LINE at 425-257-8450.

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