Suspected Shooter Arrested in Arkansas Road Rage Killing of 3-Year-Old Boy

On Saturday, a motorist behind the grandmother’s Dodge Charger, grew agitated that she was not moving quickly enough at a stop sign, said Lt. The incident in Little Rock, Arkansas, triggered a community outcry and police had offered a $40,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case. One of the callers, describing what happened to the 911 operator, said the grandmother feverishly performed CPR after the child sustained a neck wound. A suspect is in police custody after the death of a 3-year-old boy who was shot while riding in his grandmother’s car, according to a Little Rock Police Department spokesman. A 1-year-old child was also in the car at the time of the shooting, according to the police report. The boy was transferred to the Arkansas Children’s Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. (Credit: Terrance Long/Family Member)
Acen King was killed in a possible road rage incident by a gunman who had honked at his grandmother for driving too slowly during a weekend shopping trip on Saturday, according to police. Then, police said, the man got out of his black Chevrolet Impala and fired into her car. “She didn’t know he was shot,” a bystander told the 911 operator after speaking with the grandmother. Photo of Acen King, 3, the shooting victim in an Arkansas road rage incident. Police have not released the male suspect’s identity. “One shot was fired and it went through the vehicle and hit the child,” McClanahan said. 34.746481
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Arkansas Toddler Killed in Arkansas Road Rage Shooting ID’d; Gunman Sought When she went to get him out of the car, she saw that her grandson was wounded, according to a police incident report. The grandmother honked her horn. Steven McClanahan, Little Rock Police Department spokesman. The man started honking his horn. Police believe the grandmother and the slain boy had no relationship with the gunman. Not realizing that the boy had been hit, the woman drove to the JC Penney about nine miles away.