Road Rage Case In Fort Worth Ends In Dallas

Alan Scaia
May 20, 2019 - 6:42 am
Road Rage Shooting, Dallas Police Department

Credit: Alan Scaia, 1080 KRLD


DALLAS (1080 KRLD) - Dallas police say a case of road rage that started in Fort Worth ended near the Crowley Courts Building in Dallas, about 30 miles away, Monday morning.

Police say two cars were involved in the case in Fort Worth.

One started following the other; police say someone fired several gunshots at one point. No one was hurt, and the two cars stopped on Commerce Street.

About a dozen police cars from Dallas and Fort Worth were stopped in the westbound lanes of Commerce for about two hours while police investigated.

The two cars were taken away on wreckers and police cleared the road about 7:20 a.m.

Two people were taken to Dallas police headquarters for questioning. Police say they were still looking at what led to the road rage case in Fort Worth.