AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. — The man who was detained at Providence Sacred Medical Center on Tuesday night has been taken into custody for violating an order of protection, according to Airway Heights Police Chief Brad Richmond.
Richmond told KREM 2 that no charges have been made in relation to the double shooting that took place between the man and the woman, as that investigation is still ongoing.
While the man was reportedly injured by a gunshot wound, investigators have yet to confirm if the woman involved shot him.
The child is reported to be safe, but there is no information on who the child is with at this time.
According to Airway Heights police, at approximately 8 p.m. on Tuesday, units responded to a call that a woman had been shot in the arm at a home near Treeline and First Ave. The caller also said that the man had taken a six-month-old baby in a red van headed towards Sacred Heart.
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center was briefly placed on lockdown during the standoff.
Airway Heights police were pursuing that vehicle and were able to detain the man in the hospital parking lot. The wounded woman was taken to another hospital.
"There are no reported suspects at large, the double shooting remains an active investigation," Airway Heights Police Chief Brad Richmond said. "If there are any witnesses we ask that you call crime check so that investigators can contact you."
At this time, police do not know the connection between the two adults in the shooting. According to Airway Heights police, this may be a domestic violence case.
This is a developing news story and we will provide more updates as they become available.