Carson City, Nevada – A man has been apprehended and charged with battery with a deadly weapon, along with other offenses, after allegedly shooting at another vehicle in an incident of road rage. The incident occurred on Wednesday around 3:40 p.m. on the I-580 highway in Carson City, leading to a prompt police response and investigation.
According to detectives, the victim reported being targeted and shot at while driving, highlighting the incident as a clear case of road rage. The victim recounted that a Nissan sedan pulled up alongside their vehicle, and the driver brandished a handgun, pointing it directly at them. Fearing for their safety, the victim quickly accelerated in an attempt to escape the situation.
During the incident, the victim’s front passenger window shattered, resulting in the victim sustaining injuries from the shattered glass fragments. The victim later realized that their vehicle had been directly shot by the occupant of the Nissan.
Law enforcement agencies swiftly identified the suspect as 21-year-old Timothy Langley from Silver Springs. On Thursday, authorities successfully located and arrested Langley without any further disruptions. Additionally, the vehicle involved in the incident, as well as the handgun believed to be the weapon used, were both recovered by the police.
Langley currently remains in custody at the Carson City Jail, facing charges of battery with a deadly weapon, assault with a deadly weapon, and discharging a firearm into an occupied moving vehicle.
The Carson City Police Department conducts a thorough investigation to ensure the safety and well-being of the community. Further details will be provided as the investigation progresses.
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