A Shingletown man who was wanted for a deadly shooting has died on a Southern California freeway with a puppy in his arms. Shasta County Sheriff’s Detectives had been seeking 35-year-old Daun Eric Sanders for shooting three people on Saturday at a home on Gail Lane off Dersch Road, about a mile from highway 44. 59-year-old Jon Charles Depoorter and 66-year-old Michael Barton Stanfill were killed and a third unidentified victim is in critical condition. Sanders was a resident of Gail Lane, though the shooting did not occur at his home, according to the sheriff’s office. He lived there with his 80-year-old father, Bill Sanders, who has been missing since last Thursday, according to family members. Bill Sanders is considered at risk. Meanwhile, on Wednesday Daun Eric Sanders was driving the wrong way on Interstate 15 in Ontario, California when he sideswiped a big rig. He then turned around and drove the other way until he collided with a median wall. Sanders then fled on foot on the freeway with a puppy and was struck by another vehicle. He and the puppy were both killed. A photo of the missing man, Bill Sanders, is posted to the KQMS Facebook page.