Road Rage Erupts in Exchange of Bird-Flipping and Gunfire in Suburbia Shoot-‘em-Up!
LEESBURG, VA. — Loudoun County law officers are looking for a badly behaving black male who police say was at the wheel of green sedan on Center City Boulevard near Country Side. Police say that the sedan began tailgating another vehicle and then pulled up alongside that car and began shouting at the motorist.
After the customary exchange of the finger between both drivers the two motorists continued westbound on Rt. 7 when the motorist who had been tailgated heard loud noises consistent with gunfire, which ought to be familiar enough to anyone who lives in one of the states with strict gun laws.
After presumably being the source of the gunfire, the driver of the green machine then turned off on Loudoun County Parkway. After stopping his vehicle, the “victim” then inspected his vehicle to find several bullet holes in the rear passenger side of his car and at that point he called the cops.
The perpetrator must have been using a pea shooter as none of the bullets penetrated the interior of the “victim’s” vehicle and the dummy who decided to participate in the exchange of the finger on the highway can count himself as being very lucky indeed – or get his own gun to use in the future on Rt. 7.
Loudoun County Sheriff’s deputies looked for the suspect vehicle to no avail. The police say the green machine was operated by a light-skinned black male in his late teens to early twenties with a “round face” – that is exactly what the police report stated! He had short black hair and weighed about 150 pounds. How in the world the victim or the cops could guess the weight of a maniac speeding down the road flipping people the bird while firing a gun shows that either the cops or the “victim” should get a job at the carnival guessing the weight of people eating cotton candy. The green machine piloted by the shooter also had a black female passenger but since she was a woman, the Loudoun Sheriff’s Office demurred on listing her weight.
Police report that the green machine was likely an older Honda Civic sedan.
Police are asking that any witnesses to this incident are asked to call Detective W. Promisel of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office at 703-777-0475. If the caller wishes to remain anonymous, they are asked to call Loudoun Crime Solvers at 703-777-1919. If the caller provides information to Loudoun Crime Solvers that leads to an arrest and indictment, the caller could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1000.
The moral of the story for those who are perpetually perplexed with things like always have on clean underwear in case you are in an accident; should understand that when being tailgated or cut off in traffic, refrain from giving the finger to the other jerk as he might be armed and just not give a hoot about shooting you – dead.