Shooting at Cannon Park leaves multiple injured

Cpl N. Briggs #1177

Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 6:51 p.m.

May 14, 2020 Update:

Two suspects from Cannon Park shooting are now in custody

Major Crimes Detectives developed two suspects for the Cannon Park shooting. Yesterday, around 5:15 pm, eighteen year old Duante O. Frazier and a 16 year old juvenile male were taken into custody from a residence in the area of 1700 W. Boone Avenue with the assistance of the Spokane Regional Safe Streets Task Force.

Frazier was booked into the Spokane County Jail for eight counts of Assault 1st Degree. The juvenile male was booked into the Spokane County Juvenile Detention Center for three counts of Assault 1st Degree. Additional charges of Assault 1st Degree are expected for the juvenile.

This investigation is ongoing.


Shooting at Cannon Park leaves multiple injured

SPD is investigating a shooting that took place on the East side of Cannon Park in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood. Shortly before 4PM SPD Officers responded to the park on multiple reports of shots being fired. At the park evidence was located indicating a shooting had taken place, and several people were contacted. Shortly thereafter multiple subjects arrived at area hospitals with injuries from the shooting. They are currently being treated and the conditions of those involved is not available at this time.

SPD Major Crime Unit detectives are currently on scene, processing evidence and speaking with involved parties. No arrests have been made at the writing of this release. Information regarding suspect(s) is being developed, however due to the preliminary nature SPD is not able to release descriptions currently.

If you witnessed the shooting or have information pertinent to the investigation and have not spoken with officers you’re asked to call crime check at 509-456-2233 reference incident #2020-20073292.

N Elm St from Maxwell to Spofford, as well as W Mission Ave East of the park will be closed for several hours. Maxwell Ave remains open.

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