A New Hampshire man is facing charges in connection with an alleged road rage incident in Newport.
Police said they received a road rage report on October 23 for the alleged incident that happened two days prior, on October 21 at 6:15 p.m.
The report stated that the driver shot four rounds from a shotgun from his moving vehicle in the direction of the victim. No injuries were reported.
Police were able to locate the vehicle due to distinct traits. When they caught up with the driver inside his house, authorities obtained a search warrant.
Police said the execution of the warrant revealed evidence of the crime. In addition, video evidence was obtained from several sources to assist with identifying 18-year-old Nathaniel Hargreaves.
The Newport resident turned himself into police and was arrested for reckless conduct with a deadly weapon.
Hargreaves posted $10,000 cash bail and is expected to be arraigned on November 8 at the Newport 5th Circuit District Division Court.