Shots fired during Rush-Hour Road Rage in West Charlotte

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department says shots were fired at a 52-year old man in West Charlotte following a road-rage incident at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 9.

The reporting victim says he did not allow a white, four-door sedan carrying two black males to cut in front of his truck while leaving the Exxon gas station at the corner of Billy Graham Parkway and Queen City Drive.

He says the two men began shouting at him and admits to shouting back -- but says the two men followed him as he drove to merge onto I-85 North -- and fired off a number of shots at his vehicle while driving off in a different direction.

"So I get about halfway down the ramp and I just hear pow, pow, pow," the victim says.

One bullet went through the man's license plate and two others hit his tires. No person was injured.

"For somebody to do me like that and shoot me in the back," he said. "...I wish I could have caught the fellers, but I don't know where they went to."

CMPD says the case is still under investigation and anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers.