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CrimeMan killed in Katy road rage incident

19:50  29 june  2019
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A road rage incident escalated into a homicide early Saturday morning in Katy.

A road-rage incident escalated into a homicide early Saturday in Katy. Now, Harris County Sheriff deputies are searching for a man who they think shot and killed the other driver.

Shortly after midnight Saturday deputies responded to reports of a shooting on Morton Ranch Road, authorities said. They found a white man in his 30's with a gun wound to his chest.

The injured male, who had been driving a gray Toyota Camry, was reportedly in a road rage incident  with a man driving a black Dodge Charger starting at Mason Road and Interstate 10, authorities said.

Hand gestures lead to gunfire during road rage incident, deputies say

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The vehicles continued northbound on Mason Road until they reached Morton Ranch Road, where the drivers both got out of their vehicles and got into a fight. The driver of the black Dodge Charger allegedly pulled out a gun and shot the Toyota driver once in the chest, then got in his vehicle and drove off.  Passersby helped the victim until emergency medical responders arrived.  The victim was hospitalized and later died of his wounds, deputies said.

There were four people in the Toyota Camry and two people in the black Dodge Charger. authorities said. The driver of the black Dodge Charger was described as a black male but there were no further descriptions at this time.

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Bayron Rivera, 18, turned himself in at the Harris County Jail on Sunday evening and is charged with four counts of aggravated assault. Investigators said Rivera allegedly fired a gun inside the victim’s pickup that ingnited fireworks and severely burned a man, his wife, and the couple’s two young children. The incident began just before 8 p.m. in the parking lot of a Fiesta Mart, located in the 1800 block of W. Mount Houston Road when Rivera and the victim began arguing. The dispute carried over to a nearby gas station, where Rivera allegedly pulled a gun and fired inside the victim’s pickup as he drove away.

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