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Man Fires Gun At Vehicle During OKC Road Rage Incident

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Police said 21-year-old Dylan Sade fired at least four shots from the SUV he was driving into the car he was chasing, driven by a male with two female passengers. Police said 21-year-old Dylan Sade fired at least four shots from the SUV he was driving into the car he was chasing, driven by a male with two female passengers.
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A 21-year-old man is in the Oklahoma County Jail after police said he fired a gun at another vehicle several times during a road rage incident.

Oklahoma City police said the chase started outside the Motel 6 near I-40 and Meridian just after 1 a.m. It ended in a 7-Eleven parking lot 10 miles away at S.E. 66th Street and I-35.

Police said 21-year-old Dylan Sade fired at least four shots from the SUV he was driving into the car he was chasing, driven by a male with two female passengers.

8/1/2013 Related Story: One Arrested After Road Rage Incident In NW OKC

Police said Sade told arresting officers the people in the car he was chasing had just robbed him.

"It's clearly a felony crime," said OKC Police Spokesman Gary Knight. "It's even more dangerous when you're out on a public roadway."

Police said they found a loaded pistol underneath Sade's driver's seat.

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