Suspect accused of shooting 7 in Muckleshoot Casino is booked

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The four most seriously injured victims were taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, and three others were taken to the Valley Medical Center in Renton. Susan Gregg, spokeswoman for Harborview, said two of the victims brought to the Seattle hospital were in serious condition Sunday and the other two were in satisfactory condition. She said the victims are three women, ages 34, 39 and 28; and a year-old man.

Sidell said the suspect is expected to be transferred to the King County Jail and would have an initial court appearance Monday. They said police had arrived at the house — occupied by the suspect and two or three other men — early Sunday morning.

One neighbor, Rebecca Wells, 30, who lives across the street from the small-beige home at the end of a cul-de-sac, said the men who lived there mostly kept to themselves.

Wells said police had responded to the house more than once in the past year. She said the man had been depressed since he underwent surgery and was unable to find work.

His wife, she said, supported the family by working at a local grocery. Auburn police completed their investigation at the casino early Sunday morning, Sidell said. Detectives now have to talk to a large number of witnesses, he said.

The opinions expressed in reader comments are those of the author only, and do not reflect the opinions of The Seattle Times. No personal attacks or insults, no hate speech, no profanity. Bargala, a Seattle University law student, said Saturday that she and other family members have a lot of questions about what happened next.

The single mother had a third child, 5, who was at the home of a family friend Friday. No one covers what is happening in our community better than we do. And with a digital subscription, you'll never miss a local story. Davis had recently killed an elk and a deer, butchered the animals herself and divided the meat among her family. Davis also loved working outdoors and participated in a fisheries training program, her sister said.

Bargala said she had never known Davis to be violent, or even to discipline her kids harshly. Davis, of Native American heritage, came to live with the family on the Muckleshoot reservation when she was in elementary school. He is representing the family of Cecil Lacy Jr. Dreveskracht said the officers involved in the Lacy incident should have defused the situation but did the opposite.

While the Seattle Police Department now trains its officers in de-escalation techniques, many other departments around the state do not, Dreveskracht said. For the moment, according to Bargala, they are staying with relatives.

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