Apparently she hit the motorcyclist and then left the scene. He and a witness followed her home and the shooting occurred with her being the aggressor. Terrible situation.
Not the same but similar. One time I had a situation with a cc person. Close to 15 years ago. Older man probably late 50s. I thought he was pulling over to pick someone up but he was swinging wide to park on the other side of the road where the parking spots were angled the other way. I drove around him. We didn’t even come close to contact and it was all slow speed. He followed me home right down the street. I get out and he gets out of his car. Says something like “didn’t you see me turning?” and some other things. I said I thought you were pulling over and I just made a mistake and I’m sorry. Wasn’t aggressive or anything and my apology was genuine. This seemed to embolden him. He approached me while I was standing outside the open door of my vehicle and gets within a foot or so. This guy is older, small and weak. I was 28, 6’-2” and a solid 235lbs. Strong and fast then. In fact I had been training all sorts of things and doing 48” box jumps and sets of 15 pull-ups with a 25lb weight vest on. I said “I just made a mistake and I’m sorry. You’re going to start a fight over this?” He’s one foot away from me at this point and reaches behind his back and says “I’m not going to start anything but I can dam sure finish it.” I’m just shocked at that point. I said “man, “I’m very familiar with firearms and you’re making a big mistake. You followed me home and now you’re threatening me with a gun. You wanna go to prison for murder?” He didn’t realize I lived in the apartment building we were at. He calmed down a bit and backed up. Finally walking back to his car. I told him he was a psycho and he’s lucky it didn’t get worse and his temper is going to get him in trouble and he’s too old to be making decisions like that. He didn’t like the lecture but thankfully got in his car and left. He made terrible tactical mistakes and could have easily been spiked head first into the pavement and his pistol shoved up his A. Thank god he didn’t just start shooting when he got out because I would have been a goner. Always wondered if it was an OSA guy. Reminded me of the saying that I read here back then, a gun is not a talisman.