Police arrest man in road-rage shooting incident - Tucson News Now

Police arrest man in road-rage shooting incident

Blass Delmissier Gonzales (Source: Oro Valley Police Department) Blass Delmissier Gonzales (Source: Oro Valley Police Department)

The Oro Valley Police Department has made an arrest in an October road-rage shooting incident.

According to a news release, Blass Delmissier Gonzales, 38, was indicted today on one felony count of drive-by shooting.

Police say Gonzales cut off a car, then pulled over and shot the car near North Northern Avenue and West Magee Road on Oct. 19, 2011.

The victim, who was driving with two children in the car, was taken to a local hospital for treatment of minor injuries from shattered glass.

Police received new information about the case on April 18 that led to Gonzales' arrest.

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