Man arrested after 3 shots fired in Washington, DC


A man has been arrested after three people were killed at a Circle K store in Yakima, Washington on Tuesday.

According to CNN, 21-year-old Jarid Haddock tried to enter an ARCO gas station around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday, but the doors were locked, so he headed toward Circle K.

Once inside Circle K, he shot and killed two people, then came out and shot and killed a third person.

He then returned to the ARCO station, fired at the vehicle and drove away.

The Daily mail then mentions that Haddock barricaded himself in a house about two miles from Circle K.

According to CNN, Haddock is currently in police custody.

Everytown, a gun safety organization affiliated with Mike Bloomberg, ranks Washington as the 10th tightest gun control in the Union.

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