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    Road Rage Incident-YCSO is Searching for Suspect

    PRESCOTT, ARIZONA – On March 19, 2021, just after 2 pm, deputies responded to a reported road rage  incident that occurred on Walker Road near the South Shore entrance to Lynx Lake, Prescott, AZ.  

    The suspect vehicle is described as the late 1990s to early 2000’s white Toyota-4 Runner, slightly lifted, with white bumpers towing a single axle utility trailer with a mesh type loading ramp. The suspect driver is a white male, late 50’s to early ’60s, gray hair which is possibly balding, a ‘big nose,’ and a thick  gray/white mustache.  

    The victim had turned onto Walker Road from Highway 69 and after traveling for about a mile, passed the  suspect’s slower moving vehicle. The suspect then attempted to rear-end the victim who was now trying to  create distance from the upset driver. As they approached the entrance to Lynx Lake South Shore, the  victim heard a popping sound and realized something hit his car. He looked back and saw the suspect  pointing a black handgun outside the driver’s side window of the Toyota 4-Runner. It was evident the  suspect was extremely agitated. Deputies later confirmed a round struck the back of the victim’s vehicle.  The victim sped away and the suspect stopped following him and was last seen around mile marker 4 on  Walker Road.  

    The victim was not injured. It appeared the suspect was the only occupant in the Toyota 4-Runner.  

    If anyone has information regarding the suspect or suspect vehicle, please call Yavapai Silent Witness at  1800-932-3232 or report the tip online at yavapaisw.com. You may also contact the Sheriff’s Office directly at 928-771-3260 with any information. 

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