Everett woman killed in deadly road rage incident

Oct 19, 2022, 4:02 PM | Updated: 5:06 pm

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Washington State Patrol investigators are looking for an SUV involved in a deadly road rage incident in Skykomish on State Route 2 before 8:00 p.m. Saturday.

Investigators said the driver of a Kia Sorrento was creating space between their vehicle and a Subaru SUV. 24-year-old Raelyn Davis of Everett was a passenger in the Kia and was heading home from Leavenworth with friends.

Troopers say someone in the SUV fired a shot through the Kia’s rear passenger window, killing Davis. The suspect vehicle is a dark-colored Subaru SUV with a roof-mounted cargo basket.

Call 911 if you spot it or think you have dashboard camera video of the SUV.

Officers arrest suspect of deadly shooting in South Sound

Tacoma Police said, on Oct. 9 after 2:00 a.m., South Sound 911 received multiple reports of shots fired in the 200 block of South 80th Street, near Charlotte’s Blueberry Park.

Officers arrived on the scene, found an unresponsive man on the ground, and started life-saving measures. Tacoma Fire Department attempted to save the man’s life, but he died.

The Pierce County Medical Examiner has identified the shooting victim as 51-year-old Gregory Hughes.

Tuesday, at 2:30 p.m., Tacoma Police Officers, along with the Special Weapons and Tactics team, arrested the suspect at a Tacoma home.

The 35-year-old man was booked into jail for second-degree murder.

Detectives investigating death near 1st Ave Bridge, asking community for assistance

Major Crimes Detectives, from the King County Sheriff’s Office, are asking for help from the community to obtain images or video relating to an ongoing death investigation on Highway 509.

Investigators said, on Oct. 7, the body of a deceased female was found on the side of the road south of the 1st Avenue Bridge.

Investigators discredited a social media rumor that the death was connected to a serial killer.

The public can submit tips to P3Tips or email

Juice bottle leads to armed robbery, arrest

Monday afternoon, Seattle Police said a suspect stole a juice bottle from a store and was stopped by the store manager. The manager told police the suspect walked out of the store without paying. The store manager followed the man for half a block, asking him to pay for the juice.

Seattle Police said the suspect turned around to face the manager, pulling up his hoodie to show him he had a black semi-automatic pistol in his waistband. The victim said the suspect told him, “I will shoot you if you keep following me.”

The store manager went back to the store and flagged down officers.

Officers located the suspect two blocks away and arrested him. No gun was recovered.

Woman nearly robbed outside her home

Seattle Police said, after 8:30 p.m. Monday, a victim arrived home after picking up groceries from the store and heard someone behind her.

The woman turned around and a suspect handed her a pen and paper and demanded her debit card.

The victim refused, according to the police report, and the suspect pulled out a handgun and pointed it at the victim. Police said she screamed when she saw the gun and the suspect ran off.

A K9 unit got to the scene to track the suspect down, but didn’t find him.

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Everett woman killed in deadly road rage incident