Altercation at home of boy’s shooting

A 53-year-old Raymond woman is being held on $100,000 bail and charges of assault in relation to a domestic violence situation at a home east of Raymond Friday night.

Pacific County Sheriff Scott Johnson said that the call first came into police as a possible shooting, but when officers arrived at about 10 p.m. they found no one had been shot. Johnson said a shot gun was found on scene and the woman had ammunition on her person. Investigators were still looking into the scene as to whether the gun had been fired.

“We were prepared with an ambulance waiting around the corner for the ‘go ahead’ to come in,” Johnson said.

Johnson described the situation as “chaotic” with about a dozen people in the house. The woman got into a physical altercation with another adult family member, although all of the details were still being looked at on Saturday, Johnson said.

Johnson said the woman involved is the grandmother of two young boys linked to a shooting situation last June. A 10-year-old boy shot his 9-year-old brother. Johnson said that case still remains under investigations and charges are still possible. Just last week, the Prosecutor’s Office requested more information on the case, Johnson said.