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Authorities: Man Shoots Brother During Altercation Near Moses Lake

MOSES LAKE, Wash. - Grant County Detectives are working to find out what caused a man to shoot his brother during an altercation near Moses Lake Thursday morning.

Around 10:45 a.m., Grant County Sheriff's Deputies answered a 9-1-1 call for shots fired in a home at 4208 Stratford Road-NE, just north of the Moses Lake city limits.

The victim, 49-year-old Rojelio Adamé, was suffering from wounds believed from a shotgun blast inflicted by his 59-year-old brother, Rolando Martinez Adamé. Both live on the property.

Details of the incident are not yet clear, but what is known is a confrontation happened involving the Adamé brothers and Rolondo Adamé allegedly aimed a shotgun towards Rojelio Adamé and fired once.

Rojelio Adamé was struck in the hand, leg and lower torso. He and two companions fled to a location on Longview Street in the city of Moses Lake. He was transported by Moses Lake Fire Department paramedics to Samaritan Hospital. His wounds are considered non-life-threatening.

Rolondo Adamé was arrested without incident at the Stratford Road home. He is lodged in the Grant County Jail on suspicion of first degree assault-domestic violence.

The investigation continues.

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