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Shocking video captured the moment an Oklahoma driver stood in a crowded intersection and fired his gun six times at another car as the other driver fled for his life after an argument.
Brian Chintharsy, 30, was arrested Sunday after video of last Friday’s disturbing road rage incident in south Tulsa went viral.
Chintharsy can be seen on video whipping out a gun and holding it with both hands at 11th Street and Sheridan Road at around 5 pm before firing six shots at the fleeing vehicle.
A couple of other cars were hit by the gunfire, but no one was injured, according to a police report.
Video from several different angles shows Chintharsy menacing the driver of a Sportage and punching the SUV’s window before the unidentified driver pulls away.
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Pictured: Brian Chintharsy, 30, who was arrested after firing a gun six times at another vehicle during a road rage incident in south Tulsa last week
Video of several different angles shows Chintharsy, pictured, standing at the window of a car, punching it before the unidentified driver pulls away
Chintharsy, pictured, pulled a gun from his person and fired multiple shots at the fleeing car before getting back into his own and driving away
Chintharsy as he drew a handgun before firing six times at another driver following a road rage incident on January 14
Summer Craft, a witness, said when Chintharsy started attacking the other driver’s vehicle, the driver drove through the light to flee the assault.
Another witness, Julea Wilson, said the light changed to green moments after the feud, with the sound of gunshots prompting other drivers at the busy intersection to speed away from the scene.
Chintharsy eventually got back into his own car and left the scene, as the stunned witnesses filming the incident shouted for someone to call the police.
Officers found multiple shell casings and a white Buick SUV, pictured, with multiple bullet holes. There were two people inside the Buick when it was hit
Tulsa Police responded to the shooting found multiple shell casings and a white Buick SUV with multiple bullet holes. Two people who were inside the Buick when it was struck by gunfire were unhurt.
Chintharsy’s face could be clearly seen in one angle of the video, with his tag number also visible from another angle.
He was arrested on Sunday after his sister convinced him to turn himself in, according to News on 6.
He reportedly told an officer that he was connected to an incident that has since gone viral on social media, garnering nearly 21,000 views.
Chintharsy was charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon.
Chintharsy seen on video as he fires six gunshots at another vehicle after an argument between the two drivers nearly turned deadly