Sunday evening shooting leaves one man hospitalized; shooter has not yet been charged

A Prineville man was shot multiple times Sunday evening during a domestic altercation with his son.

Lonnie O'Daniel, 61, was shot several times by his son, William O'Daniel, 30, during an altercation inside a residence in the 900 block of Southwest Crestview Road, according to a police report.

As of press deadline on Monday, no charges had been filed as authorities are continuing to investigate the shooting and its circumstances.

Authorities did indicate that the elder O'Daniel suffered more than one gunshot wound and was being treated at St. Charles Bend.

At about 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Prineville Police Department, Crook County Sheriff's Office and the Oregon State Police responded to the 900 block of Southwest Crestview Road in regard to a domestic altercation involving the use of a firearm.

When officers arrived, they found the elder O'Daniel suffering from gunshot wounds. He was initially transported to St. Charles Prineville, then later transported to St. Charles Bend, and is currently under their care.

The Central Oregon Major Crimes Team was contacted as is normal procedure for cases of this nature.

"At this point, we believe all parties involved in this incident are accounted for, and there is no danger, or outstanding threats, to our citizens regarding this incident," noted Prineville Police chief Dale Cummins, in a department press release.

"When the investigation is complete, it will be forwarded to the Crook County District Attorney's Office for consideration of charges," noted Cummings.

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