REPORT: Suspect who shot, killed man at Puget Sound Park charged

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The Seattle Times is reporting that a suspect has been charged for the “random shooting” on Feb. 12 at Puget Sound Park that killed 22-year old Edwin Espinoza Lopez:

King County prosecutors say a Burien man walked up to a stranger’s car on Tuesday night, peppered the driver with questions, then fatally shot him for no apparent reason.

Adolf Fei, who turned 23 on Tuesday, was charged Friday with second-degree murder for allegedly killing Edwin Espinoza Lopez, 22, at Puget Sound Park in Burien. Fei was also charged with fourth-degree assault for repeatedly punching Espinoza’s sister in the face and with first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm, according to prosecutors.

“The victim didn’t know the suspect at all,” Sgt. Ryan Abbott, a spokesman for the King County Sheriff’s Office, said of Espinoza earlier this week. “It was coldblooded. He killed him for no reason.”

Read the Times’ full story here.

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