Road Rage Leads To Shooting In Point Breeze
POINT BREEZE (KDKA) — A man is recovering after he was shot during a road rage incident in Point Breeze.
The 37-year-old victim, believed to be a security guard inside Allegheny County Police headquarters, was shot right in front of the building Monday afternoon.
The building is also known as the Emergency Operations Center.
The suspect, 36-year-old David Bush, of East Liberty, apparently stood over the victim and fired five shots into the man’s lower body.
Bush is on probation.
The victim is undergoing surgery at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Oakland.
Pittsburgh police say it appears the incident started earlier in the day. The victim’s vehicle apparently brushed against the suspect’s car up the street from the station.
According to investigators, the shooting happened an hour later.
Bush was later arrested in Penn Hills where police used a taser to subdue him.