Medical examiner identifies suspect killed in Edmonds police shooting

One person has died after police responded to a domestic violence call Friday in Edmonds.

Edmonds Police were called to the 22100 block of State Route 99 around noon. 

According to Snohomish County SMART Team PIO Courtney O'Keefe, the 42-year-old suspect came toward officers with a knife when they responded. One officer fired a taser but the suspect continued to advance.  A second officer fired multiple shots at the suspect. 

The suspect, later identified as William Houseworth II, was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where he later died. 

The SMART team will continue its investigation. SMART stands for Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team. They are called in to investigate use of force incidents in police agencies. 

No further details have been released.

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