Police investigate drive-by shooting in Seattle's Central District

Police are investigating a drive-by shooting that happened in Seattle’s Central District early Friday morning. 

According to the Seattle Police Department (SPD), officers responded around 3 a.m. to reports of shots fired near the corner of S Jackson St. and 20th Ave. S., just south of Pratt Park.

Authorities discovered multiple rifle shell casings in the vicinity of 20th Ave. S and S Main St., as well as near the intersection of 18th Ave. S and S Jackson St.

At the scene, investigators found that a nearby building and two vehicles had been struck by gunfire.

While police were examining the scene, they were notified that a man with a gunshot wound had checked himself into Harborview Medical Center. It has not yet been determined whether he was involved in the drive-by shooting.

As of now, no suspects have been arrested in connection with this incident.


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