It isn’t safe out here in these streets.
The fact someone could follow you for 15 minutes with small kids in the car, shoot you and then casually go to a nail salon like nothing happened says a lot about our society.
If you find yourself being followed, put in the closest police department in your GPS and try to go there. Here is how it all with down between Griffith and the victim.
A woman is in custody following a road-rage incident in Georgia that left a teenage victim injured, police said.
According to the Douglasville Police Department, a 17-year-old was shot in the face Sunday afternoon while inside a vehicle on Interstate 20, about 23 miles west of Atlanta.
Other people inside the victim’s vehicle told police that a woman had been following them since a road-rage incident began. On the interstate, the suspect pulled up alongside the victim’s vehicle and fired at least one shot, police said.
The suspected shooter then took off in another direction, but a passenger in the victim’s vehicle was able to capture a photo of the suspect. Police posted the photo on social media, and multiple people called in to identify the woman.
Later that night, Brittney Griffith turned herself into police. Police said Griffith’s three children, ages 4 to 6, were in the car with her when she shot at the victim’s vehicle.
Griffith has been charged with four counts of aggravated assault, three counts of cruelty to children, and one count of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. She was denied bond by a judge, lost her kids, and could potentially spend the rest of her life in prison.
This is sick behavior. I feel bad for those children. Hopefully, their fathers are around to take them in.
Flip the pages for a news video of the shooting and more on her arrest.