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Update: Harrisburg man charged in early October road rage shooting

The shooting took place on Oct. 7 just after 12 P.M. on Route 22 near the Interstate 83 overpass in Dauphin County.
Credit: Lower Paxton Township Police Department

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Update (Oct. 27): Police arrested 19-year-old Harrisburg man Tasheen Isom on Wednesday for allegedly shooting another driver while driving westbound on Route 22 (Jonestown Road).

Lower Paxton Township police charged Isom with Criminal Attempted Homicide along with other charges related to the road rage incident.

Police say the victim has since been treated for a single gunshot wound and released from the hospital.

Previously

Police say a driver was shot on Route 22 in Dauphin County on Thursday around 12:15 p.m.

Susquehanna Township Police say that the road rage incident happened just after noon near the Interstate 83 overpass.

Reports say the driver of a white SUV with tinted windows fired a gun into the victim's car. The victim was hit by the bullet and later taken to a hospital.

Police are asking and anyone with information about the incident to call Detective Darryl Brown of the Susquehanna Township Police Dept. at dbrown@susquehannatwp.com or 717-909-9242.

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