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Renton Police charge suspect from 2020 parking lot shooting

Police believe Everett man killed one man, injured a 15-year-old.

King County charged a 24-year-old Everett man in the August 30, 2020 deadly shooting of a 25-year-old man and the injury of a 15-year-old male.

According to a Renton Police Department press release, Jacob Dean Little was charged on Wednesday (Jan. 20) with second degree murder and second degree assault for a shooting that took place at a gathering or car enthusiasts in a Renton parking lot.

On August 30, 2020, officers were dispatched to the 500 block of South Grady Way after reports of shots being fired. Upon arrival, officers saw nearly 200 cars leaving the lot and received information about guns being shot, according to RPD.

A short time after, officers were told that witnesses had driven three gunshot victims to Valley Medical Center. A 25-year-old Kent man was pronounced dead at the hospital. The 24-year-old Puyallup man and a 15-year-old male suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

Police say the shooting was likely spurred by an argument. it is unclear who shot the 24-year-old victim.




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