Police arrest suspect in connection with deadly Lynnwood park shooting

5/25/2022 9:45:00 PM

Police arrested a suspect in connection with a deadly shooting at a Lynnwood park last month.

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Police arrested a suspect in connection with a deadly shooting at a Lynnwood park last month. FOX13

Police arrested a suspect in connection with a deadly shooting at a Lynnwood park last month.

Investigators said a 21-year-old Marysville resident was arrested on Tuesday and booked into the Snohomish County Jail. The suspect faces multiple charges including murder.On April 4, 70-year-old Carl Bridgmon was in his car at Daleway Park when he was shot and killed. 

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  Investigators said a 21-year-old Marysville resident was arrested on Tuesday and booked into the Snohomish County Jail. The suspect faces multiple charges including murder. Police said the officers found a man holding a"river rock" and acting erratically who matched the description given by 911 callers, according to the release. On April 4, 70-year-old Carl Bridgmon was in his car at Daleway Park when he was shot and killed. "What motivated me to get into law enforcement was the ability to help people.  Police said Bridgmon was caught in the middle of a crossfire between two teens and two other people, who drove away in a black car after the shooting. According to the video, one caller described the man as"violent. The two teens have been identified and contacted by police. "We have seen jurisdictions with strong standards where officers still resort to the use of deadly force, so just having these words on paper will not be enough," Ofer told the Times.

.  Footage shows one officer telling the other to put away a Taser and instead use a stun bag. Cuellar had a few years under his belt for Action News and Splain was a rookie cop in Yeadon.