Washington State’s Brandon Gray shot in Pullman, in serious but…


Brandon Gray, a wide receiver for Washington State, was shot near campus on Friday night. He is in a critical but stable state.

On Saturday, Washington State received some terrible news about junior wide receiver Brandon Gray.

According to police and school authorities, Gray was shot near campus in Pullman, Washington, early Saturday morning and taken to a Spokane hospital. Gray’s health is critical yet stable. Liban A. Barre, a 23-year-old man, was assassinated.

In a statement, Washington State athletic director Pat Chun said, “We are aware of an incident involving WSU football student-athlete Brandon Gray that occurred yesterday night in Pullman.” “Brandon was airlifted to a Spokane hospital, where his condition is serious but stable. Brandon, his family, and friends are in our thoughts and prayers. We are unable to say further at this time because the police investigation is still ongoing.”

Brandon Gray, a wide receiver for Washington State, is in critical but stable condition.

The officers responded to noise complaints from a large party “with possibly 200 people in attendance,” according to the Pullman police department’s report. That’s when the officers heard gunfire and discovered the two males, who had several gunshot wounds.

Second-degree assault charges were filed against George A. Melvin III, 23. According to the police report, the inquiry is still ongoing.

We’ll keep you updated on this topic and Gray’s whereabouts.

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