Investigators request dash cam footage to help solve deadly road rage shooting on US 2

MARYSVILLE, Wash. — Scott Davis is grieving the death of his 24-year-old daughter, Raelyn Davis, who was killed in a road rage shooting on U.S. Highway 2 Saturday evening.

“What I want people to know most is how full of love she was. She was spontaneous and bright and caring,” Davis said.

Raelyn Davis was traveling home from Oktoberfest in Leavenworth with friends.

Investigators with the Washington State Patrol say someone in a Subaru shot into a Kia just west of Stevens Pass.

Davis was a passenger in that Kia.

“She lived every day to the fullest,” her father said. “For that to be taken with no chance to say goodbye, no chance to say I love you, is difficult.”

Investigators say the road rage incident apparently began when the driver of a dark-colored Subaru SUV with a cargo box on the roof flashed high beams at the Kia.

Detectives are asking anyone who traveled between Leavenworth and Monroe on Saturday, Oct. 15, between 6:15 and 9:30 p.m. to check for dash camera footage to see if they passed the Subaru.

“Someone could have passed the vehicle and just not known, so we request those videos,” said Trooper Kelsey Harding.

Scott Davis is also asking the shooter to come forward.

“Do what’s right for the public, because it’s not just me that’s hurting.”