DONALD, Ore. (KOIN) -- The day after a 4-year-old boy was shot to death in Marion County, the sheriff's office is reporting there's "no risk to the safety of the community."
Meanwhile, a curb-side memorial grows for 4-year-old Cody R. Hall. He died Saturday from what a preliminary investigation has determined as "a single gunshot wound" around 5:30 p.m.
The boy is believed to have been shot inside a home in the 10000 block of Main Street NE in Donald, Ore.
Marion County deputies worked into the late-evening Saturday, investigating the child's death. As of Sunday the investigation remained active. On autopsy on the 4-year-old boy is scheduled for Monday morning.
Authorities aren't yet identifying the type of firearm used. The Marion County Sheriff's Office reported Sunday that "no suspects are being sought in connection with the child's death."
"Once the investigation is complete," the Marion County Sheriff's Office reports, "Marion County Detectives and the District Attorney's Office will review the investigation to determine whether a crime occurred."
On April 14 a man's handgun-holstering practice killed a 9-year-old girl in another Oregon town, Gladstone. That gun also went off inside a home.
In the Gladstone shooting, the bullet flew through a wall out into the backyard — striking 9-year-old Shayla at least 40 feet away. She too died at the scene. Oregon City police did not immediately confirm if the man, identified as the girl's mother's boyfriend, would face criminal charges.
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