Las Vegas Mother-of-four Killed in Road Rage Shooting! Massive Manhunt underway for Suspect
A Las Vegas mother, Tammy Meyers, who was a victim of an apparent road rage incident died on Saturday according to NBC News. Meyers was shot by an angry driver after returning home from a driving session to teach her 14-year-old daughter how to drive.
It was reported that while Meyers was behind the wheels, she had an almost near-collision with another male driver that led to a verbal confrontation. She then drove home to ask for help from her 23-year-old but was trailed after by the angry male driver.
Massive manhunt is currently underway for the suspect who has been described in the sketch shown below and believed to be driving a four-door gray or silver sedan that may have damage to the front driver’s side and may have been hit by gunfire.
— LVMPD (@LVMPD) February 15, 2015
“The preliminary investigation indicates that some time later, the suspect vehicle appeared on the street, multiple shots were fired, and the victim was struck by one round,” the statement said.
“The suspect remains at large after Thursday night’s attack. Las Vegas police described him as a white male about 25 years old, about 6 feet tall and 180 pounds. “This male has dirty blonde hair worn in a spiked style and has hazel or blue eyes,” police said.
“My word to them is I hope the cops find them first and it’s not me,” Robert Meyers told NBC Station, KSNV. “I have four kids. I just want to let you suspects know you took a mom away.”