Renton man arrested in connection to Seattle shooting

Detectives arrested a 25-year -old Renton man involved in the connection with the May 3 shooting at 23 Avenue and Cherry Street in Central District of Seattle, where one woman was struck by gunfire.

The man was charged on May 16, facing an assault charge and two accounts of unlawful possession of a weapon.

According to the Seattle Police Department, they arrested him at his apartment on May 15.

At around 8:30 p.m. on May 3 officers arrived to the scene of a reported shooting. Police stated the victim was at the AMPM gas station when gunfire came from several people and vehicles and she was struck in the crossfire.

The victim had driven away in her own vehicle, flagging down a nearby ambulance.

She was treated for a non-life threatening injury.

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