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Deputies arrest Brush Prairie resident in road rage shooting on Padden Parkway

By Jessica Prokop, Columbian Local News Editor
Published: October 2, 2021, 12:02am

Clark County sheriff’s deputies made an arrest Friday in a road rage shooting that occurred last month on Northeast Padden Parkway.

Aleksey Enes, 30, of Brush Prairie was arrested on suspicion of attempted second-degree murder, drive-by shooting and an outstanding arrest warrant, according to a sheriff’s office news release.

Deputies had responded around 4 p.m. Sept. 22 to the intersection of Northeast Padden Parkway and 94th Avenue. Multiple 911 callers reported that the driver of a green Subaru Outback fired multiple shots at a black Camaro. The Subaru drove off.

The sheriff’s office said the shooting started as a road rage incident between Enes and the victim, who is not identified

Deputies found bullet holes in the Camaro and multiple shell casings underneath the Northeast 107th Avenue overpass, the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post earlier Friday.

Patrol deputies and the sheriff’s office’s Tactical Detective Unit followed up on a tip Friday regarding a possible suspect vehicle. Deputies located the vehicle at a Brush Prairie residence and contacted several people outside, the sheriff’s office said in the Friday night news release.

A search warrant was served at the residence, and several firearms, ammunition and accessories were seized, including a handgun and ammunition of the same caliber used in the shooting, the news release states.

The investigation is ongoing.