Arrest Made in Murfreesboro Pike Road-Rage Shooting Incident

A 22-year-old man was arrested for a road-rage shooting that injured one.

In a recent development, Nashville police have apprehended 22-year-old David Bush of Antioch, connecting him to a road-rage incident that escalated to gunfire on Murfreesboro Pike near Harding Place. The confrontation, which took place this morning, left a 55-year-old man critically injured.

The situation was captured on a witness’s dash camera, showing the victim’s vehicle being overtaken by a silver Impala in the middle turn lane. A white Acura, driven by Bush, attempted to follow but was forced to slow down as the victim’s vehicle entered the middle turn lane. Bush then maneuvered the Acura across lanes, positioning next to the victim’s vehicle and fired multiple shots from the driver’s side window. The Acura was then seen continuing inbound on Murfreesboro Pike.

The victim, sustaining a gunshot wound to his head, was promptly transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. His condition has since been upgraded to stable.

Later in the day, police located the Acura, identifiable by a temporary tag, at its registered address on Took Drive. Upon interviewing Bush, he admitted to being the driver of the Acura at the time of the incident. He disclosed that his reckless driving was an attempt to follow the Impala, which was driven by his girlfriend. His girlfriend corroborated his account during her interview with detectives.

As a result of his actions, Bush has been charged with attempted homicide and reckless endangerment for discharging a firearm within a vehicle. He is currently detained on a $125,000 bond.

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