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No injuries in Moses Lake officer-involved shooting

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MOSES LAKE, Wash. -

The Grant County Sheriff's Department reports no one was hurt in an officer involved shooting in Moses Lake Saturday morning.

At about 6:30 a.m., deputies answered a call to a home panic alarm at Harvest Manor Mobile Home Park located on Airway Drive NE. A deputy arrived and while investigating saw through a window a person holding a gun inside the home. The deputy began yelling at the person and reportedly fired one shot. No one was injured.

The shooting is under investigation by the Columbia Basin Investigative Team. The deputy, who has not yet been identified, has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation, as is protocol. 

The sheriff's department says more information will be released next week.

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