Denver police detain road-rage suspect with 'self-inflicted' gunshot wound to hand
Incident began as road rage involving 2 cars
Denver police say a road-rage suspect someone how shot himself near South Bannock Street and West Warrant Avenue on 11/4/2013. (Photo by Brad Bogott/7NEWS).
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DENVER - Denver police say officers arriving at a road rage incident found a suspect with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the hand on Monday afternoon.
Denver Police said via Twitter that they were investigating a road rage incident involving two cars near South Bannock Street and West Warren Avenue just before 2 p.m.
According to police radio traffic, dispatchers also received several 911 calls from people in the area reporting shots and someone spotted with a gun.
Police soon tweeted that they had a "road rage suspect" in custody with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the hand.
A photo taken at the scene by 7NEWS photojournalist Brad Bogott showed that police had placed at least a dozen yellow evidence markers around a white sport utility vehicle.
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