Police arrest woman in road rage killing of Chinese student

2016-01-18 07:32


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Tempa - Police have made an arrest in connection with the deadly Arizona road rage shooting of a student visiting from China.

Tempe police Lt Michael Pooley said on Sunday that 32-year-old Holly Davis has been booked on three charges including first-degree murder.

According to police, Davis' vehicle was involved in a collision at a busy intersection around 14:40 on Saturday. Davis allegedly got out of her car and fired several shots into the other vehicle, hitting Yue Jiang several times.

Pooley says Jiang lost control, crashing her vehicle into another car carrying a family of five. The 19-year-old woman was taken to a hospital where she died.

The family did not suffer serious injuries. Davis fled the scene but was later located.

Police say Jiang was a university student.

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