Report of shooting in Bonney Lake, one male shot | Breaking News
The 7200 block of 193rd Avenue East has been reopened to traffic, although the investigation in still ongoing.
It has been confirmed by East Pierce Fire and Rescue that the intruder was shot by the resident. The intruder was shot outside of the home on 193rd Avenue East.
Officers are waiting for a search warrant. The investigation will continue throughout the day.
The 7200 block of 193rd Avenue East has been closed to traffic for officers to investigate the shooting.
Ray Still on the scene:
At about 8:20 a.m. Sept 28 there was a report of a shooting in Bonney Lake in the 7200 block of 193rd Avenue East near the senior center.
The report is one male received a gunshot wound to the leg.
Initial report was the incident allegedly was a home invasion, although there are some reports the individuals may have known each other.
It is unclear if the male is the alleged home invader or a resident.
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