SPOKANE, Wash. - Details are still emerging in the shooting in East Central Spokane Sunday night. While neighbors and family of the victim are talking, police are still remaining tight-lipped about who was involved in the shooting and if it's gang related.
The shooting happened just before 9 p.m. near the corner of Magnolia and 4th. Neighbors report hearing multiple gunshots and screaming.
As of Monday morning, the shooter is still at large. The Spokane Police Department's major crimes, gang and SWAT units are all investigating, though police will not confirm if the shooting is gang-related.East Central Shooting Update
Neighbors and the brother of the victim say the shooting was, in fact, gang-related. The victim's brother says his 23-year-old brother was shot in the legs and torso, but is expected to survive and will be released from the hospital sometime Monday.
He also said a 5-year-old girl was shot in the foot, but police have not confirmed that detail.
The brother says the shooting was gang-related and that his brother encountered a gang at Liberty Park Sunday night. They got into a verbal exchange and shots were fired.
Spokane Police Officer Jennifer DeRuwe is waiting to be briefed Monday morning before she releases any new details.
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