Man arrested following road rage shooting along north Phoenix freeway, DPS officials say

Officials with the Arizona Department of Public Safety say a man has been arrested, following an alleged road rage shooting on April 5.

The incident happened in the area of Pinnacle Peak Road and I-17. According to a brief statement, DPS officials confirmed the shooting is that of a road rage shooting, but no one was injured.

"The suspect pulled off the road and ran," read a portion of the short statement. "[Phoenix Police] arrested him."

DPS officials did not release any other details surrounding the shooting

Other Top Arizona Stories


Sacramento shooting suspects have violent ties to Arizona, court documents show

A man who has previously served prison time in Arizona has been arrested in connection to the Sacramento shooting that killed six people and injured a dozen others. Martin hasn't been named as the shooter in the incident.


Phoenix man accused of keeping cash from used car sales, selling bogus warranties

The Arizona Department of Transportation says Eduardo Rodriguez, an employee at several used car dealerships in the Phoenix area, would sell cars to customers and keep the cash, instead of turning it into his employers.


Grand Canyon visitor falls 20-feet to her death, park officials say

A woman visiting the Grand Canyon from Utah was killed when she suffered a 20-foot fall on April 4, says the National Park Service.

Tune in to FOX 10 Phoenix for the latest news