Concord, California – Three Concord men were arrested after an alleged road-rage incident, which led to a shooting on Monday evening, according to the Concord Police Department.
Concord Police Cpl. David Petty says late Monday night, just after 10 p.m., police received multiple calls reporting gunshots near the intersection of Alberta Way and Ygnacio Valley Road.
Police say the investigation revealed it started as a road-rage incident, and the two suspect vehicles blocked in the victim’s vehicle on Alberta Way before the driver from one of the suspect vehicles allegedly fired several rounds at the victim vehicle as the victim tried to drive away.
The victim’s vehicle was struck several times by gunfire, but the driver was unharmed, according to police.
Police say the occupants of the suspect vehicles were located nearby.
Concord Police identified the suspects as 49-year-old George Millward, 23-year-old Kelis Millward, and 22-year-old Anatoliy Sklyar.
Kelis Millward was charged with attempted murder, and the other two were charged with shooting at an inhabited dwelling/vehicle, according to police.
The three were arrested and the firearm was recovered, police said.
This is the second shooting near Ygnacio Valley Rd. and Alberta Way in the past three months. In late-August, a Concord man was robbed and shot on the corner near Circle K while he was walking home from work. He survived, but needed several surgeries. The suspect in that case is still outstanding.