Anthony “Road Rage” Mohs (Photo Provided by Dana Mowbray)

Anthony “Road Rage” Mohs (Photo Provided by Dana Mowbray)

Motorcyclist identified in deadly Mountlake Terrace crash

Anthony M. Mohs, 32, was killed Monday when an SUV crashed into him at the intersection of 212th Street SW and 44th Avenue W.

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — A motorcycle rider killed in a two-vehicle crash Monday in Mountlake Terrace has been identified.

Police said the motorcyclist was traveling west on 212th Street SW around 4:30 p.m. when he reportedly tried to beat a red light and drove through the intersection at 44th Avenue W.

As the light changed, an eastbound SUV crashed into the motorcycle as the car made a left turn onto 44th Avenue W, according to the Mountlake Terrace Police Department.

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the deceased as Anthony Mohs, 32, of Mountlake Terrace. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Anthony Mohs, also known as “Road Rage”, pictured with his official Derelicts motorcycle club patch at a ceremony on July 8, 2017. (Photo Provided by Dana Mowbray)

Anthony Mohs, also known as “Road Rage”, pictured with his official Derelicts motorcycle club patch at a ceremony on July 8, 2017. (Photo Provided by Dana Mowbray)

Police noticed the driver of the SUV appeared to be intoxicated, and arrested her for investigation of driving under the influence and reckless endangerment, police said. Officers booked her into the Snohomish County Jail.

The driver was released from jail the next day, on a promise to appear at her next court date.

Dana Mowbray, 41, met Mohs in 2015 through their motorcycle club, the Derelicts.

“Anybody you talk to that knows him — loved, respected and admired him,” Mowbray said.

He considered him his brother.

“He was the kind of guy who was always there for you if you needed help,” Mowbray said. “He grew so much from a kid drifting through life to someone that was an admired leader in the community.”

Memorial services for Mohs will be posted on the Derelicts’ Facebook page.

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