A Washington State Patrol Trooper is in stable condition after he was shot in the head.
Police say the alleged gunman, Brandon Dennis O'Neel was served an eviction notice on Thursday in Walla Walla. WSP Trooper Dean Atkinson Jr. drove to the apartment when O'Neel began shooting. The Trooper was shot in the face and managed to drive himself to Providence Medical Center. Atkinson was then transferred to Harborview Medical Center for additional treatment.
O'Neel fled the scene of the shooting. He was later taken into custody and arrested. He was booked into the Walla Walla County jail. O'Neel faces numerous charges, including attempted murder. According to reports, O'Neel's bail was set at $1 million.
Anyone who has information about this incident is encouraged to call the Police at 509-380-2462 or 509-727-8551.
You can read more from the Walla Walla County Sheriff's Facebook post.
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