GLENDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Police say a suspect has turned himself in after he shot two men, killing one in a road rage incident on Saturday in Glendale.
The man has been identified as Phoenix resident Daddy Alexander Felix. He turned himself in on Monday, according to the Glendale Police Department.
Felix is accused of killing Alexander "AJ" Pettygrove, an 18-year-old man, during the road rage shooting.
Pettygrove's friend and passenger, Sam Luviano-Gonzalez, was also shot, but he survived.
It happened at 4:30 p.m. Saturday near Peoria and 67th avenues.
Police say it started when Felix pulled up on Pettygrove's car and started having a verbal argument with him.
Police say Pettygrove threw a drink at Felix's car.
So, Felix started shooting into Pettygrove's car . He then drove off.
After being shot at, Pettygrove's car crashed into a low wall outside a gas station. Pettygrove later died at the hospital.
Luviano-Gonzalez, who was shot in the leg, says the argument started after Pettygrove almost merged into the shooter's lane of traffic because it was in Pettygrove's blind spot.
"I saw the gun right there, just a quick blur," said Luviano-Gonzalez. "He's like 'I'm gonna shoot you, shoot him and your momma.' AJ reacted by throwing the drink. The other guy reacted by spraying us with bullets."
Luviano-Gonzalez added that he can't believe he lost his friend over something so small.
"[I] got out of the car and saw my friend and I just realized all this was real," he said. "My life was just flashing right there in front of my eyes. I was like 'this is it for me and AJ.'"
A GoFundMe page has been made in Pettygrove's honor.
While calling the suspect a "coward," Pettygrove's dad Paul Pettygrove says there is no excuse for killing someone over driving.
"There's no reason! That's a disturbed person and there's a lot of them out there," he said.
The intersection is a busy one, and police say it could have been much worse, had anyone else in the area been caught in the gunfire.
We talked to people who were in the area when the shooting and crash took place.
"It's kind of weird to think about, that somebody was shooting in the street that we were in a minute before," one witness said. "I don't like the idea of people shooting in the streets. It's crazy to think that people would shoot each other over something so stupid."
Police say more information regarding the suspect and investigation is expected to be released Tuesday.