Florida's TAMPA (WFLA) — Less than two hours after opening fire on a woman's car during a road-rage incident Thursday morning, an 18-year-old shooter was apprehended, according to officials.
The incident reportedly started when a woman travelling at approximately 6 a.m. came across an unpredictable motorist who had no headlights on.
By looking for a dog, a lady discovered her mother's bones.According to authorities, another vehicle drove onto the shoulder to make room for the automobile because of its erratic driving.
The unstable motorist then attempted to pass the woman's vehicle but hit her back bumper instead.
The suspect then followed the victim's SUV for a while before firing fire from the driver's window, according to a release from the sheriff's office.
The woman's automobile was fired at a total of seven times. No harm was done to the woman.