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Monday, June 10, 2013

Documents Reveal Details Of Road Rage Shooting

GAMBRILLS, Md. (AP) -- Court documents reveal a witness' account of a road rage incident that Maryland police say led to the fatal shooting of a motorist by an off-duty detective from New Jersey.

According to court documents, a witness told investigators that the confrontation started when Joseph Walker's minivan cut off Joseph Harvey's car on Saturday night. Harvey's passenger, Adam Pidel, told police that Walker pointed a gun at them as the vehicles swerved at each other.

Police say when the drivers got out, Walker announced he was a police officer. Pidel says he heard several shots as he ran for cover.



Anonymous said...

Typical cop mentality.

" I'm a cop! bow to me sucker!"

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Anonymous said...

He will get off because of his race... If it was a white cop the news would blow up over it.

Anonymous said...

Pidel got out of his car.Why? Did he intend to participate in the butt kicking? This will be very interesting in court.