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Tesla Camera Captures Road Rage Shooting Incident On Westpark Toll Road!

Houston, TX (KTRK) – The victim’s Tesla camera captured a thrilling video of an alleged roadside photo taken from multiple angles.

The accident happened around 8.30pm on Sunday, when Chris Harclerod was returning home from the airport. Harclerode was driving west along Westpark Toll Street when he mentioned a dark-colored truck starting to struggle behind him.

“He was trying to hit me through the other door, he was trying to separate the car,” recalled Harclairrod, who shared a film of Tesla’s onboard camera. “He pulled behind me, opened the window, and pointed a gun at my car. At that moment, I stepped up to try and stop him from paying attention to my side or in front of me so he couldn’t shoot.”

The video shows Harclairrod on Eldridge Park Avenue when the man stops in front of him. The man would get out of the car, aim the gun at Harclairrod’s car and shoot repeatedly. Miraculously, he was unharmed.

“The curtain was mainly (stopping) one of many bullets. It hit the passenger’s rear window, and one of the factors that sent the bullet out of my head was the curtain,” Harclarod said.

Investigators used license plate numbers captured on camera to search for James Young, 32, who is now charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony.

At first, Harclerod believed Younger should be charged with a first-degree felony. However, it is not.

“If you happen to level the gun and shoot someone, that’s a serious assault, right? If there’s no harm, it’s a second diploma,” defines Stephen Aslett, a A former legal professional foundation turned protection legal professional.

Basically, before a victim becomes a police officer, a security guard, a witness in a case, or a family member of a suspect, it’s a second-degree offense under state legislation, Aslett explained.

“If he’s hit and seriously injured, and usually, for those who get hurt, you’re going to put up with it, that’s a first-degree felony,” Aslet said.

If found responsible, Younger currently faces two to 20 years in prison, as well as a hefty fine of up to $10,000.

Currently, Younger holds $100,000 in bonds.

As for Harclarod himself, who owns a gun, he mentioned that he was annoyed by the various shootings on the highway.

“Everyone owns the best personal firearm and protects their family at any price. However, a thing like this, in a minor highway rage incident, shouldn’t be taken as someone jumping on and off for an unarmed civilian. It ended up taking pictures,” he said.

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