A person accused of taking pictures at a car in a potential case of “road rage” near Sacramento Worldwide Airport was arrested early Sunday, based on the California Freeway Patrol.
On Saturday, CHP officers had been patrolling east of the airport near Interstate 5 and Metro Air Parkway as a consequence of “sideshow exercise,” or unlawful avenue racing.
About 8:38 p.m., officers noticed a silver Toyota sedan zoom off the freeway down the southbound exit, based on a CHP report. Quickly after, the officers acquired communication from folks in a black Ford who stated they had been shot at by somebody within the Toyota.
These within the Ford “suggested they had been victims of a road rage incident involving the motive force of the Toyota.” No accidents had been reported, the CHP stated.
The officers caught up with the Toyota, pulled the motive force over and recognized the person as Norman Fisher, 47, the report said. CHP investigators say they discovered proof through the search, together with a handgun, and decided Fisher had fired one spherical.
Fisher was arrested on suspicion of tried homicide, discharging a weapon, and numerous possession fees together with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.
The CHP didn’t instantly return calls searching for extra data.
Fisher stays booked at the Sacramento County Main Jail with out bail.