A man fatally shot someone at Les Gove Park before fleeing in a Porsche Cayenne and crashing into a Honda Accord, killing two of the passengers in the Accord just after midnight on Sept. 11, according to Auburn police.
The shooting occurred at 12:17 a.m. Sept. 11. Witnesses of the shooting took the victim to MultiCare Auburn Medical Center where he died, according to Auburn police. Detectives determined that the victim and the shooter are related.
The shooter fled the scene in a Porsche Cayenne around 12:20 a.m. and headed west on 15th Street Northwest, according to Auburn police. Traffic cameras show the Cayenne driving at high speeds before losing control and drifting into a lane of oncoming traffic, according to Auburn police.
The Cayenne hit the Honda Accord head-on, killing Bobby Sisouvong, 27, and James Davis, 26, who were pronounced dead on the scene, according to Auburn police.
Auburn police were dispatched to the scene of the crash before learning about the shooting, according to the Auburn police.
The suspected shooter and driver of the Cayenne is in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center as of Sept. 13, according to Auburn police. A woman who was in the passenger seat of the Cayenne is also at Harborview in stable condition.
A GoFundMe was created to cover the costs of Bobby Sisouvong’s funeral.
“Bobby was my quiet, handsome and talented nephew,” the GoFundMe said. “He had so many talents. He was a singer, guitar player, master gamer, and one of the greatest chefs I know. He will be so missed. Our hearts are so broken right now.”
The family of James Davis, who was studying computer science at the University of Washington, also set up a GoFundMe for the costs of his funeral.