Second road-rage suspect surrenders

The Mirror

A second suspect in a stabbing last week related to a traffic accident in Federal Way turned himself into police Monday morning.

The 18-year-old man, Zachary J. Lee, was arrested at about 11:45 a.m. and booked into King County’s Regional Justice Center in Kent. His brother, Raymond J. Lee, 23, was arrested following the attack on March 7 after police followed his car to his residence.

Authorities said both men were arrested without incident.

Raymond Lee was found because the license plate for his car was broadcast to other Federal Way Police officers. He was followed to a house and arrested. He’s being held in the county jail, officials said.

Zachary Lee, the younger of the two suspects, was at large over the weekend, and Federal Way Police had requested the public’s help in locating him.

According to police, the brothers are suspected in a hit-and-run accident at about 9 a.m. on March 7. A man called 9-1-1 to report his black Acura Integra had been hit by another car in the 35600 block of Pacific Highway South. The car drove away and the man followed it to The Heights on West Campus apartment complex at 125 SW. Campus Dr., where his automobile was rammed and pushed out of the roadway by the suspect vehicle, which then drove off again.

Police went to the apartment complex, as did the victim’s wife with insurance information. After officers left the scene, the victim saw the suspects come from behind a building, according to

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