MOSCOW, Idaho – Police say a man is in custody after shooting four people at three locations in Moscow, Idaho.
The conditions of the four people were not immediately released, but Pullman Regional Hospital spokeswoman Megan Guido told The Lewiston Tribune that a victim taken to her hospital did not survive. Two other victims were taken to a Moscow hospital.
According to police, the chaotic afternoon began with two people shot Northwest Mutual. The suspect then drove to Arby's and shot a person there.
The suspect then fled in a vehicle that crashed into a ditch north of Colfax, Washington, with officers from multiple agencies in pursuit.
A fourth victim was later found at a Moscow residence.
Kelsey Stemrich told The Associated Press she was working at a cafe near Arby's when she and a customer heard three gunshots and then saw people running from the restaurant. She says they took down the license plate number of a car seen pulling away from the Arby's and called it into police.