One man arrested and other one wounded after road-rage shooting in Queens
The road rage shooting in Queens ended up with one man arrested and the other one hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the belly, police said.
The shooting unfolded from an argument between two drivers last Thursday.
36-year-old Champ Richardson was driving a Nissan Altima and stopped in traffic on Queens Blvd near 65th Place. Another motorist, 32-year-old driver, whose name was not released, was driving his Chevrolet HHR and stopped near Richardson.
At one moment the argument between two drivers sparkled.
Chevrolet driver out of his car, came up to the Nissan and punched Richardson in the face. He didn’t know that Richardson was armed and that it could end up bad for him. And it happened so.
Richardson pulled out his gun and shot the driver in the belly.
Richardson was arrested on Tuesday, police said. His victim’s condition is unclear.
Richardson was arraigned on attempted-murder, assault, weapon possession and reckless endangerment charges and ordered held on $75,000 cash bail or $200,000 bond.