Shots fired in apparent road rage incident in Holmen
HOLMEN, Wis. (AP) — Police in western Wisconsin are looking for a suspect who fired into an occupied vehicle in an apparent case of road rage.
The shooting happened Friday night as a man and his girlfriend were driving north on Highway 157 in Holmen.
Authorities say the driver cut off a man behind the wheel of a black Chevrolet.
The man started tailgating the couple and flashing his headlights.
Officials say the couple got off the highway and when they came to a stop sign on the exit ramp, the driver of the Chevy pulled out a gun and shot into the couple's vehicle three times before driving away.
The couple apparently weren't hurt. Holmen police continue to investigate and are looking for a black Chevy Traverse or Equinox with tinted windows.