A 42-year-old man is hospitalized in Yakima after being shot Friday night outside a home in the 1200 block of Garfield Avenue. Yakima Police Department Officers were called to the area at about 8:30 pm Friday where they found the man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
The victim was taken to a Yakima hospital in stable condition
He was taken to Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital in stable condition. Authorities say they were called to the home by the victim's son who reported an argument between the suspect and a woman and that the victim was shot while trying to stop the fight. Police arrested a suspect at the scene of the shooting identified as 24-year-old Darnell Bookout. Bookout is being held in the Yakima County jail on charges of First Degree Assault and Felony Harassment. The victim remains in a Yakima hospital. The victim has not been identified as the investigation continues Today.
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