One day after a jury cleared him of any criminal wrongdoing, the New Jersey police detective who shot and killed a Maryland man after a road rage incident is speaking publicly for the first time.
Murder or self-defense. Those are the choices facing a jury after closing arguments were held Tuesday in the case of a New Jersey police detective who shot a man following a road rage incident last year.
The New Jersey police officer accused of murdering an Anne Arundel County man after a road rage incident last year takes the stand in his own defense.
The defense is presenting its case in the first-degree murder trial of a New Jersey detective who acknowledges shooting a Maryland man after a boat of road rage last year.
Lawyers for a New Jersey detective charged with killing a Landsdowne man say their client thought he, his wife and three children were in danger when he fired his gun during a confrontation fueled by road rage.
Anne Arundel County Police say an off-duty Prince George’s County Police officer has been charged in an alleged road rage incident.
After a man was shot dead during a fit of road rage, his family is making another plea for help. Now they are turning to social media, hoping someone who witnessed the incident along the Maryland/Pennsylvania line will come forward.
New surveillance video is released by investigators in the road rage case that stretched from Maryland to Pennsylvania. Timothy Davison was murdered by another driver on Interstate 81.
It’s one of the most terrifying cases of road rage ever reported: a man hunted and shot at close range on a nearby interstate. Despite a task force including the FBI and Maryland State Police, the killer is still out there.
Road rage killer. A gunman chases a driver through Maryland into Pennsylvania, then opens fire on his car–killing him. Now a task force, including the FBI and Maryland State Police, is trying to hunt down that killer.
A New Jersey police detective is now indicted on first degree murder charges. Police say Joseph Walker gunned down a Maryland man on the side of a highway after a road rage incident spiraled out of control.
A New Jersey detective charged with fatally shooting a fellow motorist during a roadside confrontation in Maryland has been released on a $1 million bond.