Driver, 31, ‘fires multiple shots into a cyclist’s home during THREE visits after road rage incident’
- A driver is accused of firing gunshots at cyclist’s home after a road rage incident
- Driver, 31, allegedly visited the home three times on Friday night after altercation
- He is expected to be charged on Saturday. The cyclist was not injured
A 31-year-old man is expected to be charged after a driver allegedly shot into a cyclist’s home three times in one night following a road rage incident.
Police received reports yesterday of a traffic incident in Smithwick Street, Norman Gardens in Queensland, where a driver and a 40-year-old cyclist who got into an argument.
The driver of a white Commodore station wagon allegedly left the area afterwards, only to come back at 6.15pm armed with a gun and opened fired at the cyclist’s house three times while he was inside.
A 31-year-old man is expected to be charged after a driver allegedly shot into a cyclist’s home three times following a road rage incident
The man allegedly returned on foot for a second visit and fired two shots into the cyclist’s home before fleeing the scene.
Police allege the man returned a third time and shot one more round at the house and drove off.
The cyclist was inside the house throughout each of the alleged shootings but was not injured.
Police are expected to charge a man who is currently in custody with weapons offences later today.
Police allege the driver of a white Commodore station wagon left the area only to come back at 6.15pm armed with a gun and opened fired at the cyclist’s house three times while he was inside
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