DAVIS (CBS13) — A suspect has been arrested after two car-to-car shootings on the Mace Boulevard exit from Interstate 80 in Davis on Thursday morning.
The situation started just after 6 a.m. California Highway Patrol says the victim reported taking the westbound off-ramp at Mace Boulevard and was turning right when the suspect rode up to his left and started firing shots at the car.
Exactly what prompted the suspect to start shooting is unclear.
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Officers say the victim was not hit, but a window was broken in the shooting. A second person was also shot at by the suspect on Mace Boulevard, CHP says. That second victim was not hurt, but rounds were found on their car.
The suspect then continued onto the overpass and tried to hit the exit, but then crashed down an embankment on the right.
CHP says they have since arrested the suspect and have also recovered a rifle. He has been identified as Andre Chevill Wilson, a 53-year-old Elk Grove resident.
Wilson is facing two counts of attempted murder, along with other charges, CHP says.
I-80 was never closed during the incident, but the westbound on and off-ramps at Mace Boulevard were blocked due to the investigation. All ramps have since reopened.
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Capitol Corridor also halted train travel for a short time during the situation, but that traffic has also resumed.