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1 dead, 1 in critical condition after shooting at Roxbury Lanes, suspect arrested

The King County Sheriff's Office did give information on the suspect's arrest but said they have been booked into King County Jail.

WHITE CENTER, Wash. — One person has died from injuries sustained in a triple shooting at a bowling alley near White Center over the weekend, according to the King County Sheriff's Office.

The King County Sheriff's Office said the suspect, who is now in custody, entered Roxbury Lanes Casino in the 2800 block of SW Roxbury Street at around 10:48 p.m. Saturday and began shooting.

According to a first appearance document the suspected shooter knew and targeted the security guard.

Three people were injured in the shooting and transported to Harborview Medical Center. The King County Sheriff's Office did not say when one of the victims died. As of Wednesday, the two other victims were still in the hospital.

The document said video footage showed the suspect walk up to the security guard and then start shooting. The security guard ran away and a woman and another were shot, he later died of his injuries.

The woman, CJ Oung, also worked at Roxbury Lanes and her family said she remains in the ICU.

“We go about our lives doing normal things and go to work and expect to go home in one piece. You don't expect to be shot at,” said Diane Le, CJ’s niece.

According to her family, she’s had to undergo multiple surgeries including having her spleen removed.

“There are really no words to explain how hurt we are by and there are no words and especially when you see her like that and you can't help her,” Leanne Oung, CJ’s niece said.

CJ has a long road to recovery and her family said the long-lasting impacts are unknown. Her family said if anyone can, she’ll pull through. CJ’s family fled the Khmer Rouge Killing fields and she was born in a Cambodian refugee camp.

“She was born a fighter, she was born a survivor. She lived through the refugee camps and made it to America. She didn't make it to America to be shot at and live this way, but she's a survivor. She's got it in her and will get better,” Le said.

CJ’s family set up a GoFundMe to help with medical costs.

The King County Sheriff's Office didn't give information on the suspect's arrest but said they have been booked into King County Jail. The King County Sheriff's Office said there are no other outstanding suspects.

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Authorities from King County, White Center, Sea-Tac and Metro and Sound Transit Divisions responded to the scene. King County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes detectives are investigating.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates. 

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