One man has been arrested from a road rage incident that took place on June 15 in West Chatham.
Friday, June 15, Pooler officers received a call from dispatch regarding a car speeding down Interstate 16 chasing another while involved in road rage activity.
"The vehicle in the rear fired a weapon at the vehicle in front missing the driver but hitting the tail light," reports the Pooler Police Dept.
"After obtaining the tag number from a witness, detectives were able to track down the offender and make the arrest" on June 20, police say.
The alleged offender, Michael Broome, is being detained and awaiting arraignment at Chatham County jail on one charge of aggravated assault.
CID Commander John Schmitt states “We take road rage very seriously. Our detectives did an outstanding job following through and making this arrest. Pooler is safer place for it."