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Seattle authorities that the two suspects in Wednesday’s downtown shooting that person dead and seven others injured.
Marquise Latrelle Tolbert, and William Ray Tolliver, 24, remain at large, armed and dangerous, and Seattle’s Mayor, Jenny Durkan, told reporters Thursday during a press conference. A third suspect, who was not identified, was arrested for assault, ” she said.
“Most of us in this city, having walked the next block over for the day, and no one, absolutely no one in our town, city or country, needs to step out of a coffee shop or get on a bus, with the fear of violence,” she said.
Tolbert Tolliver and his well-known to police and has a long criminal history, police chief Carmen Best said.
Tolliver has been arrested 44 times, and Tolbert has been arrested 21 times, KCPQ-TV reported, citing court documents.
The shooting broke out just before 5 a.m. during a dispute outside a McDonald’s restaurant between the various people in the vicinity of Third Avenue and Pine Street, which led to the shots fired by the “multiple” shooters, is Best told reporters.
The gunfire led to a chaotic scene as pedestrians ran for cover in the crowded streets filled with commuters, and more than 100 police officers responded to the area. The suspects fled the scene and an investigation was launched.
A woman who is in her 40s or 50s, was found dead by first responders, fire officials told Fox News. Seven people, including a 9-year-old boy, were taken to the University of Washington’s Harborview Medical Center.
Officers will participate in a variety of shooting victims, outside the McDonald’s on Seattle’s Third Avenue. In the window of the restaurant behind them was shattered after a gunman opened fire in the heavily trafficked city center. (David Silver, via AP)
Some of the victims suffered gunshot wounds to the chest, abdomen, and legs. The four men, between the ages of 21 and 49, have been released from the hospital. The 9-year-old boy who was shot in the leg and was in good condition.
The defendant is taken into custody suffered a gunshot wound, was arrested at the hospital and was booked into the jail, which is the Best to be said.
The shooting came hours after an officer-involved shooting of a half-mile away, and it was the third such act of gun violence in a 24-hour span. Authorities do not believe the shootings are related.
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Durkan called for a discussion of the measures to ensure that the gun violence in, say, the weapons allegedly used by the suspects during the video, the attack must not be out on the street.
“If this were a fist fight, only eight people, it wouldn’t have ended up in the hospital,” she said. “We will not allow this to be the new normal.”
She said that the police department will deploy two mobile cell-site, the address of the violence in the area.