Scottsdale road rage crash leads to shooting on Loop 101, DPS says

Two people are in trouble after Arizona troopers say they were involved in a road rage crash that led to a shooting Saturday afternoon in Scottsdale.

Just before 1:10 p.m. on March 23, Arizona DPS says two drivers were involved in a crash caused by road rage on Loop 101 near Via Linda.

After the crash, DPS says one of the people involved, Conner Cullins, shot at the other car. No one ended up being hit by gunfire.

"Both drivers are facing criminal charges for their actions during the incident," DPS said.

Cullins is accused of endangerment, aggravated assault and drive-by shooting.

The other driver wasn't identified and DPS says he wasn't arrested. However, the department plans to file a "long-form charge for endangerment" with the county attorney's office.

No more information was made available.

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Conner Cullins

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