WWU Teaching Assistant Jailed In Shooting
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BELLINGHAM, Wash. — A Western Washington University teaching assistant is accused of shooting another man in Bellingham.
Police say the victim was found wounded Saturday on a sidewalk.
Spokesman Mark Young tells The Bellingham Herald the man survived but details are not being released.
After the shooting, the suspect called police and 27-year-old Kamuran Daniel Chabuk was booked into jail for investigation of assault. A handgun was seized from his home.
Chabuk made his first appearance Monday in Whatcom County Superior Court and bail was set at $200,000.
Western Washington University says Chabuk is a 2008 graduate who was working toward a master’s degree in math. He has taught math classes at the university and had led a pre-calculus course this quarter. He’s barred from campus during the police investigation.
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.