Clark County sheriff's deputies say a man shot his son during a dispute Saturday evening.
It happened at a home on 379th Street near 109th Avenue.
Deputies say the father, in his 70s, was arguing with two of his sons. That dispute ended with the father shooting his 49-year-old son.
LifeFlight took the victim to Southwest Washington Medical Center with a gunshot wound to the upper left leg.
Deputies detained the father but they had not charged him as of Monday morning.
The brother who wasn't shot took off from the home but deputies say he has a warrant out for his arrest.
No names or a possible motive have been released by investigators.
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