DAVIS COUNTY, Utah (ABC4)-A female fired one shot into a Ford Edge that had a family of four in it on Saturday afternoon as her male counterpart drove a Chevy Silverado on US-89 near Cherry Peak.
The family of four, including father, a mother, and two kids, were in the back seat of the Ford Edge. No one was injured, but the car was hit, said Utah Highway Patrol officials.
The family who drove the Ford Edge followed the Chevy Silverado until troopers were able to pull them over at mile marker 313 on I-15.
The male and female in the Chevy Silverado were arrested and the gun used to shoot the family was recovered. UHP said they did have their guns drawn when they pulled arrested the suspects.
Traffic was temporarily stopped on southbound I-15 while police arrested the suspects.
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DAVIS COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) – State troopers are investigating a possible road rage incident that happened Saturday.
UHP stopped a car on southbound on I-15 near Beck Street. This after reports of shots being fired in a road rage.
They are questioning a suspect. No one was hit or injured, but traffic was backed up for about an hour.