New details in road rage shooting
New details have been released about a road rage chase that started in Syracuse and ended in North Webster with gun fire.
Wednesday night around 6 p.m., North Webster and Syracuse, two small but densely populated town, were the start and finish of a dangerous road rage chase.
According to Indiana State Policee, two vehicles raced south into the town of North Webster, a nearly 10 mile pursuit.
Police say the driver of a 2003 gray Dodge pickup, 24-year-old Alexander D. Jackson, was shooting a gun at the occupants of a gray 2000 GMC Yukon.
Jackson’s vehicle eventually crashed into the Link Accounting building on South Main Street in North Webster.
“I just had one brief conversation with him this morning and I mean hes you know hurting in pain a little bit from being hit but I think hes doing ok for this situation,” said Brittany Brown, a neighbor of the driver of GMC, 25-year-old Nathaniel Boyer.
Jackson was shot by a Kosciouscko County Deputy after crashing into the building and taken to an area hospital.
The shooting is still under investigation.