Issaquah woman shot, wounded by daughter's estranged husband
By DEAN RADFORD
Issaquah Reporter Contributor
October 29, 2012 · 10:43 AM
A Renton man, who shot his former mother-in-law at her home near Issaquah Saturday, Oct. 27, later died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The man, 48-year-old John McKay, kicked in the door to his mother-in-law's house about 3 p.m., chased her through the house and later shot and wounded her in the back yard, according to police. The incident occurred in the 13400 block of 209th Avenue Southeast in unincorporated King County near Issaquah. She was taken to Harborview Medical Center where she was listed as in satisfactory condition Saturday.
About a half hour earlier, police said McKay shot a man in Renton and pistol-whipped two others. An male who was shot was transported to Harborview Medical Center with critical injuries. The two other adults were taken to Valley Medical Center to be treated for injuries, according to Renton Police.
McKay's wife, Tina, had received a restraining order against him in May after He reportedly threatened to kill her and the rest of her family.
Police found McKay Saturday night, dead in his rented car on on Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Seattle.
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