State Patrol creates tip line in Stevens Pass road rage investigation
After the horrific fatal road rage shooting on U.S. Route 2, the Washington State Patrol (WSP) has established a tip line to get the public’s help in finding the driver and vehicle.
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.
Raelyn Davis, 24, was killed in the shooting on U.S. Highway 2 near milepost 63 on the evening of Oct. 15.
“She lived every day to the fullest,” her father told KIRO 7 earlier this month. “For that to be taken with no chance to say goodbye, no chance to say I love you, is difficult.”
The incident began, investigators said, when the driver of a dark-colored Subaru SUV with a cargo box on the roof flashed its high beams at the Kia. A shot then came through the rear passenger window of the Kia, hitting Davis.
Detectives are asking anyone who traveled between Leavenworth and Monroe on Saturday, Oct. 15, between 6:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. to check for footage to see if they passed the Subaru.
Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to call or text the WSP tip line at (360) 529-7367. Those with video or images related to this incident can upload them directly via the WSP Evidence Portal.