Authorities still searching for suspect in Monroe St. road rage incident
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Toledo Police are still searching for the suspect who allegedly opened fire on another motorist last week on Monroe St.
Daveshawn J. Crayton, 25, was indicted Tuesday for the March 24 shooting. He faces three counts of felonious assault with three- and five-year gun specs. He is not in custody as of Wednesday morning.
No injuries were reported after an alleged road rage incident turned into two motorists firing guns at each other in west Toledo.
Police responded to a shots-fired call in the 5200 block of Monroe St. around 8:15 p.m. Wednesday. Officers located a scene there, and other officers were sent to a location just across the state line in Michigan, where one of the involved vehicles was parked.
Witnesses told police they saw a Black male exit a white Chevy Malibu or Impala and begin firing at a dark-colored sedan on Monroe. Two other witnesses stated they saw the driver of the dark-colored sedan begin firing back. Both vehicles fled west on Monroe.
The owner of the dark-colored sedan, Justin Langlois, 25, told police that he was involved in a road rage incident with another unknown individual who cut off Langlois in his car and began firing a gun. Langlois, who had his two young children in the car, told police he has his CCW and began returning fire.
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