Apache Junction man arrested in I-10 road rage incidentPosted: Updated:
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Tempe police have arrested a man involved in Saturday's road rage incident in which a driver was shot, but they are still investigating who is responsible for shooting the victim.
The investigation revealed that a group of motorcycles and a champagne/tan-colored SUV were traveling westbound on Interstate 10 from Wild Horse Pass Boulevard. Witnesses reported that a gray Jeep was attempting to collide with the motorcycles.
The motorcycles began to chase the Jeep. As they reached the area of I-10 and Elliot Road, the SUV rammed the Jeep, causing the driver to lose control and crash.
One of the motorcycle riders, Andre Jordan, 35, of Apache Junction, was seen pointing a handgun at the victim according to Sgt. Steve Carbajal. Witnesses reported that several of the individuals involved had guns.
After a physical altercation, shots were fired and the driver of the Jeep received a gunshot wound to the cheek.
Investigation into the person responsible for shooting the victim is ongoing.
Tempe police detectives have identified two of the individuals involved as members of two separate criminal street gangs.
Jordan was booked into Tempe City Jail on one count of aggravated assault, threat by gang member assisting a criminal street gang and endangerment.