Man murders relative, flees scene in Porsche, cops say. He then crashed killing two more people.

man kills brother and flees scene in porsche crashes car killing two men
Source: Auburn Police Department, GoFundMe

Sep. 15 2021, Published 10:33 a.m. ET

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A Washington man shot and killed his relative before fleeing the scene in a Porsche, police said. But, his path of destruction didn't stop there as authorities said he then crashed the high-end vehicle killing two more people.

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Around 12:15 a.m. Sept. 11, the Auburn Police Department said a shooting occurred in Les Grove Park, Washington.

Police said they were also dispatched to a collision around the time of the shooting.

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Authorities said the gunshot victim was taken to the Auburn MultiCare Hospital by witnesses, where he later died. Investigators do not know what led up to the shooting, but detectives are speaking with witnesses, police said.

Detectives have determined that the shooting suspect and victim are related, officials said.


Around 12:20 a.m., the suspect fled the scene of the shooting in a Porsche Cayenne and sped away from the shooting, police said.

The Auburn Police Department said they were not in pursuit of the vehicle.

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Traffic cameras showed the suspect lost control of the vehicle and crossed into the oncoming lanes of traffic, police said. He then struck a Honda Accord head-on, officials said.

Bobby Sisouvong, 27, and James Davis, 26, were inside the Accord and pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Meanwhile, the suspect is in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center and there was a female passenger with him in the Porsche. She is in stable condition at the hospital, police said.

Authorities have not released the name of the suspected killer.

According to a friend of Davis and Sisouvong, the two men “went to get some Korean food in Federal Way” when the crash happened. They were only minutes away from Davis’ home, KIRO 7 reported.

GoFundMe pages have been launched by family members of both victims to help cover funeral expenses and support Sisouvong’s family and Davis’ family.


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