A Cox Automotive employee was shot dead on an interstate near Birmingham, Alabama, after a December 15 “road rage,” according to local police.
The Vestavia Hills Police Department responded to a call that a gunshot was fired on Interstate 65 around 7 a.m. Thursday, according to a post on the police department’s Facebook page. Vestavia Hills is 13 miles south of Birmingham.
One person was taken to a Birmingham hospital with injuries, where he received treatment and was released, according to the post. car news.
Cox Automotive said in a December 15 statement: “We are cooperating fully with local law enforcement regarding the ongoing investigation and please contact the police for further information.”
Vestavia Hills Police arrested 29-year-old Terrard Jamal Chambers in connection with the shooting, and certain persons were banned from attempting to murder, firing a firearm into a occupied vehicle, and carrying a pistol, according to the department. It said it had obtained a warrant against Chambers on charges of
According to the post, Chambers’ bond is $105,000.