Man wanted after firing gun during Memphis road rage incident


MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis Police released video from outside a Jackson Avenue convenience store that shows the shooter now wanted in connection to a road rage incident.

Memphis police said the gunman pulled out a Tec-9 and was aiming for a woman who honked at the driver of a Nissan Altima after he nearly hit her vehicle on Jackson Avenue.

The victim told police she pulled into the Jackson Food Mart, saw the driver of the Altima walk into the store and a passenger in the back seat get out with the gun.

It contains no sound, but the video still alarming to the people outside the convenience store where this shooting happened.

Some recognized the type of semi automatic pistol used right away, calling it a “draco.”

Others were just surprised no one on the lot was hurt.

It was daylight when the man opened fire and there were a number of cars nearby.

People who live in this neighborhood near the gas station told us the recognize the car and person in that video, but were too afraid to talk to us on camera or contact police.

If you know anything, call Crime Stoppers at (901) 528-CASH.

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