No arrests made following Gorst shooting

  • Friday, September 7, 2018 8:54am
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Law enforcement responded to a Gorst residence shortly after 4:08 p.m. Thursday, September 6, following reports of a man suffering from a gunshot wound on the 3900 block of Thorson Road West.

A 911 call reported a dispute involving a knife and a subject who had been shot, according to the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office. A neighbor on scene reported hearing four or five shots close together followed by sirens from first responders.

Scanner traffic indicated that a man was shot in the chest and lying in the road.

A detective on scene confirmed that the victim was deceased. KCSO later reported that two people at the scene were detained, interviewed and later released. No arrests have been made in relation to the shooting, according to a press release.

An autopsy to determine the cause of death and confirm the identity of the deceased in scheduled for Monday.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

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