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Must-see video: Road rage sparks gunfire

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Two people in Eastern North Carolina are under arrested after a road rage incident led to gunfire.

Bradley Turner, 40, and  Christy Turner, 30, of La Grange turned themselves in around 4:00 Monday afternoon at the Lenoir County Magistrate's Office, WNCT reproted.

Bradley Turner has been charged with discharging a weapon into property, two counts of assault by pointing a gun, Going Armed to the Terror of People, Injury to Personal Property and Assault. 

Christy Turner has been charged with two counts of assault by pointing a gun. 

The Carteret County Sheriff's Department released a video of Sunday's incident to try to find who was involved.

In the video, a man in an SUV approaches a pickup truck and punches the driver. Deputies say the man accused the driver of trying to run him off the road.

That led to a fist fight, in which two men got out of the pickup truck and began beating up the man from the SUV. After landing multiple punches, one of the two men from the pickup truck

Then a woman got out of the SUV and handed the driver of the SUV a handgun. Deputies say the man fired shots into the truck.

No one was injured.

Authorities say the couple, with a toddler inside, got back into into the SUV and left the scene.

 

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