DEARBORN, MI – On October 19, Luis Angel Berrios-Rosario, 38, was formally arraigned in a Wayne County District courtroom on several charges stemming from an apparent road rage incident that occurred a day earlier.
On Oct. 18 around 5:40 p.m., police officers arrived at the intersection of Warren Avenue and Chase Street, in response to a “shots fired” call.
Officers spoke with the victim, who was driving westbound on Warren Avenue toward Greenfield Avenue.
...the victim noticed a vehicle driving erratically, according to prosecutors.
It is further alleged that as the victim drove alongside the defendant’s vehicle, the defendant pulled a weapon and fired it at the victim, striking his vehicle, prosecutors say.
Berrios-Rosario was quickly located and taken into custody by Dearborn police.
The victim, Abhoudy Elhadi, told The Arab American News, “He was driving crazy. He was driving all over the road, cutting people off...then he cut me off, and I thought to myself 'You need to get a picture of this guy's face to get him off the streets...The next thing I knew, he was shooting at me at and all I could do was duck.”
Berrios-Rosario was charged with Assault With Intent to Murder, Assault With Intent to Do Great Bodily Harm, Discharge of a Firearm from a Vehicle, Felonious Assault and four counts of Felony Firearm. He is currently being held on a $100,000 bond.
His next court appearance is set for October 30.