Evansville Man Accused of Shooting at Driver During Road Rage Incident

An Evansville man is facing multiple charges after a road rage shooting that happened on Wednesday at the intersection of Garvin Street and Division Street.

Posted: Oct 7, 2021 11:24 AM
Updated: Oct 7, 2021 2:49 PM

An Evansville man was arrested on multiple charges Wednesday in connection to a road rage shooting incident near the Lloyd Expressway.

The Evansville Police Department says 44-year-old Gregory Goodwin was arrested in connection to the shooting, which happened at the intersection of Division Street and Garvin Street on Wednesday afternoon.

Gregory Goodwin - (Vanderburgh County Jail)

The victim told officers that Goodwin had shot at his car after an argument that started over Goodwin driving erratically. He said that as he began to pull off, his vehicle was hit twice by gunfire.

Police said they saw the bullet holes in the victim's vehicle, and that the victim took a photo of Goodwin's vehicle at the scene and provided a description of him.

After being located by police, Goodwin was booked into the Vanderburgh County Jail on charges of Criminal Reckless W/ Deadly Weapon and Attempted Battery W/ Deadly Weapon.

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