Shooting in South Seattle, victim later shows up at hospital

On February 9th, at approximately 7:50 pm, South Precinct officers responded to a shots fired call in the area of Martin Luther King Jr. Way South and South Raymond Street.   An anonymous caller later stated that someone had been shot in the chest, yet someone else stated that no one had been shot, and that everything was alright.  Officers arrived in the area but could not locate any victims or information about a possible shooting.  Officers spent approximately an hour in the neighborhood attempting to gather any leads.  No witnesses came forward with any information, and officers could not locate any sort of crime scene.

At approximately 10:00 pm, an 18 year old male showed up  to Harborview Medical Center with a gunshot wound to his collarbone area.  The injury is not considered to be life-threatening.  The victim did not want to cooperate with investigators, but officers did determine through their investigation that the victim sustained his injury during the initial call at 7:50 pm.  Officers returned to the area of 36th Avenue South and South Raymond Street and located a crime scene.  It appears that a fight occurred at that location before the shots were fired.  Detectives are now handling the follow up investigation.