One of the bullets struck Justin in the head as his family watched. He died in his father's arms as the family got out of the vehicle and sought shelter in a neighboring restaurant.
Ferrari, 43, was a father of two, a devoted husband, son, sibling, longtime supporter of Seattle's arts scene and a water-polo player and coach.
David Hooks, the slain man's father-in-law, said Friday that Ferrari was "very loved."
"He was a very generous and caring guy," Hooks said by phone from Montana.
The shooting is part of a rash of recent shootings in the Seattle area.
"What we've seen from the beginning of the year is a rise in gun violence. It's deeply concerning," McGinn said. "We have seen 15 murders this year, compared to 21 all of last year. We have solved nine of those 15 murders. We are aggressively working every one of our open cases."Bullets don't know when to stop.