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Road rage incident leads to motorcyclist being shot and killed, police say

road rage incident leads to motorcyclist being shot killed
Source: Fayetteville Police Department, Unsplash

Jan. 5 2022, Published 7:40 p.m. ET

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A road rage incident in North Carolina led to the driver getting out and shooting a motorcyclist, authorities said. Now, the alleged shooter has been charged with murder.

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Around 12:30 p.m. on Jan. 3, officers were dispatched to a reported shooting in Fayetteville, North Carolina, the Fayetteville Police Department said.

Once at the scene, police said they found an man with gunshot wounds.

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An investigation began and revealed that a driver of a truck was engaged in a disturbance with the driver of a motorcycle being shot by the driver.

The victim, later identified as 32-year-old Stephen Addison, was taken to a local hospital. There, he passed away from his injuries, officials said.

Roger Dale Nobles, 51, was arrested at his home and charged with first-degree murder, police said. He is being held without bond.

Court records state Nobles was driving his 1992 Chevrolet pickup when he and his son, Roger Dale Nobles Jr., got into some kind of conflict with Addison. Nobles Jr. got out of the truck to confront Addison, as Nobles Sr. fired a gun from the driver’s seat, WRAL reported.

The investigation is ongoing and detectives are asking anyone with cellphone or dashcam videos to please contact (910) 703-3499.


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