Court documents: Ring camera showed aftermath of Spokane Valley mother of two's shooting death at hands of roommate

<p><p>The woman killed in Spokane Valley Sunday was allegedly shot by her roommate in a drunken rage while her children were in the house. </p></p><p><p>Lisa Shimek was pronounced dead at her home at 902 N. Wilbur Road.</p></p><p><p>Shimek and her two young children had been staying with her boyfriend, Randy Mollotte, for about three weeks before the incident, according to court documents.</p></p><p><p>The couple lived on the main level of a townhouse shared with Jason Woodlief, 42, who stayed in the basement bedroom.</p></p><p><p><a href=”” target=”_blank”>On Saturday night,</a> Shimek and her children went with Mollotte and Woodlief to Woodlief’s brother’s home to watch a boxing match, according to court documents.</p></p><p><p>Woodlief was drinking heavily and arguing with other party-goers, according to court documents. He was so upset that Mollotte left the party to get away from Woodlief, but returned to pick up Shimek and the children.</p></p><p><p>Shortly after the couple and the children arrived home at about 2 a.m. Sunday, two men arrived and said Woodlief was drunk and had smashed up their car.</p></p><p><p>A ring camera on the townhouse’s door captured the exchange that followed.</p></p><p><p>Woodlief arrived at 2:22 a.m. and yelled at the two men who had just arrived to “Get the (expletive) out!”</p></p><p><p>Just two minutes later, the first gunshot can be heard inside the house. A man and woman, who police presumed to be Woodlief and Shimek, could be heard arguing inside, according to court documents.</p></p><p><p>Woodlief yelled, “I’ll come in there and shoot (unintelligible),” then Shimek replies, “Why…” before five additional gunshots went off, according to court documents.</p></p><p><p>At the same time, Mollotte left the house and appeared to be dialing a cellphone.</p></p><p><p>Moments later, Woodlief exited the house carrying a black revolver with a white grip, according to court documents. He saw Mollotte outside and said, according to the records, “I shot (unintelligible).” Mollotte started yelling, “Dude! Dude! Are you serious?”</p></p><p><p>He then ran in the house calling out for Shimek.</p></p><p><p>“Honey! Are you (expletive) serious? No! No…,” Mollotte said, according to court records.</p></p><p><p>Mollotte then ran outside calling for a paramedic, and his neighbor in the duplex comes outside and asked what was going on. Mollotte told him that Woodlief shot Shimek in the head.</p></p><p><p>The neighbor told Mollotte to call 911, and he said he was already on the phone . The neighbor then asked where Woodlief was, to which Mollotte replied he was walking down the street.</p></p><p><p>Police arrived a short time later to find Shimek with two bullet wounds to her head. By this time, the neighbor had found Shimek’s kids hiding in their bedroom, according to court records.</p></p><p><p>Police found Woodlief sitting in a yard just a block away from the shooting scene, according to court records. Woodlief immediately asked for an attorney, police said.</p></p><p><p>Woodlief then asked a deputy, “Dumb question, but can you just put a bullet in my head, please?” and “I messed up pretty bad, didn’t I?” according to court records.</p></p><p><p>Woodlief was booked into Spokane County Jail on suspicion of second-degree murder. His bond was set at $1 million.</p></p>