TACOMA, Wash. - Four men have been arrested following a double-shooting in Tacoma in mid-January that left one person dead.
On Jan. 18, a 20-year-old man walked into a Shell gas station on Sprague Avenue telling employees he and his 22-year-old friend had been shot.
The 22-year-old man was sitting injured in a car nearby as his friend got help. He died at the scene.
Police said the two were shot while sitting in the parked vehicle.
During the course of the investigation, four suspects, ages 17 to 35, were arrested in connection to the shooting.
All four have been booked into jail on first-degree murder charges, although it's believed only one man pulled the trigger. The shooter is believed to be 22 years old.
It's unknown what led up to the shooting and police said the surviving victim wasn't being cooperative. One of the suspects said the four had set up a marijuana drug deal with the two victims before the shooting, according to court documents.