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WSP Seeking Witnesses to SR167 Road Rage Incident

WSP Press Release, Washington State PatrolThe Washington State Patrol Criminal Investigation Division is seeking witnesses to a road rage incident that resulted in the driver of a vehicle being shot.

This incident occurred on June 20, 2020, at approximately 3:40 PM southbound SR 167 somewhere between SR 18 and Meridian (SR 161) in Puyallup.  The suspect vehicle was described as a 2004 Toyota Camry with dark tinted windows, stock silver hubcaps, and a dent on the rear bumper.

The Toyota was first seen weaving through traffic at high speeds southbound SR 167 near SR 18 then proceeded to tailgate a red Chevrolet pickup in the HOV lane.  The two vehicles reached speeds of 80 to 90 mph continuing south on SR 167 until they reached Meridian at which time the passenger in the Toyota fired one shot at the female driver of the red Chevrolet pickup. Following the shooting, the Toyota turned right on Meridian then right onto Valley Ave NE.  Thankfully the driver of the pickup was only grazed by the bullet and was treated and released from the hospital.

Below are pictures of the actual vehicles involved in this incident.

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This red truck was the second vehicle involved in the June 20 road rage incident on SR-167. The drive was shot by the other driver.
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According to WSP, this black Toyota Camry is the vehicle involved in the SR-167 road rage incident on June 20, 2020

Washington State Patrol detectives are seeking anyone that may have witnessed this incident or has information that will assist in identifying the Toyota to email Detective Ford at [email protected].


The above is a press release from the WSP.  The Auburn Examiner has not independently verified its contents and encourages our readers to personally verify any information they find may be overly biased or questionable. The publication of this press release does not indicate an endorsement of its contents. 

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