SEATTLE - One man is in police custody and another suspect is at large following a shooting in south Seattle Sunday night.
Officers responded to reports of heavy gunfire in the 2800 block of South Norman Street just before midnight.
Several calls came into 911 reporting two men exchanging gunfire across Martin Luther King Jr. Way South.
Police arrived in the area and found a woman with a gunshot wound to her leg hiding in a construction site near Martin Luther King Jr. Way South and South Charles Street. Police said she was uncooperative with investigating officers about the events that led up to the shooting.
Officers found a man in the area of 26th Avenue South and South Dearborn Street and took him into custody.
A second suspect remains at large.
Police said a preliminary investigation indicated that the two suspects were possibly shooting at another group of people on the east side of Martin Luther King Jr. Way South.
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