Shots Fired Into Car During West LR Road Rage Incident


Published 03/04 2014 11:10PM

Updated 03/05 2014 08:09AM

LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Multiple shots were fired into an S-U-V during a road rage incident in west Little Rock.

A car whizzing by is usually the only thing that disrupts life in this quiet neighborhood off Pinnacle Valley Road.

But according to a sheriff's office report, it was the location Monday of road rage gone crazy.

Just after 6 p.m., three victims, all in their 20's, say a man in a dark colored truck got mad because they were driving too slow on the icy roads.

The victims say the irate driver swerved around and blocked them in, then jumped out of his truck and started banging on the windows telling them to get out.

When the victims tried to drive away, they say the man pulled out a handgun and fired at least three shots into their S-U-V.

"We just saw the blue lights and thought there had been an accident," said Manly Roberts who lives just a few feet from the intersection from where it happened.

The victims met Little Rock Police officers and Pulaski County sheriff's deputies at a nearby Kroger off Highway 10.  One of the victims had a minor scrape on his head from shattering glass, but no one was hit with a bullet.

The victims told police the suspect was driving a deep blue GMC Sierra or Chevy Silverado.  He is approximately 6’0” - 6’-3” tall, weighs about 180 pounds and has medium brown hair and a full reddish-brown beard.  He was last seen wearing a camouflage jacket and blue jeans.

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