West Seattle shooting, suspect arrested

On July 1st, shortly after 11:00 PM, Southwest Precinct officers responded to reports of shots fired in the north end of Lincoln Park (near the 7300 Block of 47th Avenue SW).  Officers arrived and located two men.  One was attempting to hold down the other.  After separating and detaining both men, officers learned that the two were together in the park when they began arguing.  At some point the argument became physical, and the two began fighting.  During the fight, the 35 year old suspect pulled out a handgun and fired several times, striking the 32 year old victim in his left arm.  The Seattle Fire Department responded to treat the injuries to both men (suspect had been struck in the face several times during the altercation and had difficulty breathing).  Both men were then transported to the hospital for additional treatment.  The injuries are not considered life-threatening.  AFter receiving treatment for his injuries, the suspect was booked into the King County Jail for Investigation of Assault.  Detectives will follow up with the investigation.