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Kennewick Police Department - Drive-by Shooting

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                                                           Kennewick Police Department

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February 9, 2015                                                                                               PIO Sergeant Ken Lattin

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Case Number:  KPD 15-03867                                                              

Date and Time of Incident:  02-06-15, 2049 hours         

Location of Incident: 900 S Gum St, Kennewick, WA

Reporting Person Name:  Anonymous


Victim's Name:  Steven Randolph                                                                                           Age 63

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Address:  900 S Gum St, Kennewick, WA

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Address:  Summary of Incident:

On 02-06-15, at approximately 2049 hours, Kennewick Police responded to several reports of a drive-by shooting in the area of West 10th Avenue and South Gum Street.

Detectives and Patrol Officers arrived at the scene and located what appeared to be evidence of a shotgun shot from close proximity of the victim's home.  Further investigation revealed from a nearby surveillance system shows what is believed to be a male discharging the shotgun on the property and then is seen running south towards the intersection of West 10th Ave. and South Gum St. 

This case has been turned over to the Kennewick Police's Detectives Division for further investigation.

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