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Saturday, March 8, 2014

The Saturday line: Arrest made in road rage shooting

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The line is open. Final words:

click to enlarge ANDREW CORTINEZ: Charged with road rage shooting.
  • ANDREW CORTINEZ: Charged with road rage shooting.
* ROAD RAGE ARREST: The Pulaski sheriff's office announced that Andrew Cody Cortinez, 27, of 4114 Longtree, had been arrested in the road rage incident last week on Pinnacle Valley road. Three young people said they were driving slowly on an ice-covered road when a man sped by in a truck, blocked their way, challenged them and fired three shots into their car as they drove off.

The report identifies Cortinez as a convicted felon on active parole supervision and said he admitted the shooting to investigators. He was charged with counts of terroristic acts, possession of a firearm and criminal mischief.

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