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Brush Prairie man in court in Padden Parkway shooting

By , Columbian staff reporter

A Brush Prairie man accused in a Sept. 22 road rage shooting on Northeast Padden Parkway appeared Monday morning in Clark County Superior Court.

Aleksey Aleksandrvich Enes, 30, faces allegations of attempted second-degree murder and drive-by shooting. He also appeared on a fugitive from justice warrant issued by Multnomah County in Oregon, where he is charged with first-degree rape, according to court records.

Judge Gregory Gonzales set Enes’ bail at $300,000. He is scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 15.

Clark County sheriff’s deputies responded around 4 p.m. for reports of a shooting on Padden Parkway.

The driver of a black Camaro, identified in court records as Justin Decillo, told deputies that the driver of a green Subaru Outback had been tailgating and brake-checking people and driving aggressively behind him, according to an affidavit of probable cause.

Then, the Subaru tailgated him, he said, and stopped next to him at a red light. Decillo said he and the driver of the Subaru yelled at each other, and the Subaru driver yelled that he was going to follow him, the affidavit states.

As Decillo passed the Subaru, he saw the driver yell something and then point a firearm at him, court records say. Decillo reportedly told deputies he drove into oncoming traffic and ran a red light to evade the Subaru driver.

Decillo’s car was struck by gunfire, but he was uninjured, according to court records. One shot flattened Decillo’s tire.

Deputies collected videos from witnesses. A woman provided a photo of the Subaru’s license plate after responding to a social media post from the sheriff’s office seeking information about the shooting. A search of the license plate number showed the car was registered to Enes, court records state.

A search warrant was served Friday at Enes’ residence, and he was subsequently arrested.

In his bedroom, detectives found a firearm they said matched Decillo’s description and multiple spent shell casings, the affidavit states. Deputies seized several firearms, ammunition and accessories.