Authorities have identified a road-rage suspect in a Fort Mill shooting as 23-year-od Nautykah Samone Bolden of Charlotte.
Bolden has not been captured. Fort Mill police have obtained arrest warrants against her for attempted murder and weapon possession.
The road-rage incident occurred Monday morning when a Charlotte woman had exited the I-77 ramp to Highway 160. The victim said the suspect was in a Nissan Altima and fired one shot into her vehicle, which passed behind her driver’s seat and into the passenger side area.
“The victim stated that she had exited on to the ramp, intending to turn west on Highway 160, when she noticed a vehicle approaching from behind at a high rate of speed,” FMPS Maj. Bryan Zachary said in a press release . “The victim then decreased her speed and tapped her brakes, in an effort to warn the approaching vehicle that traffic was stopped ahead. At that time, the suspect pulled up beside (her), and words were exchanged between the two. As (the victim) put her window back up, to avoid further confrontation, she advised that she heard one gunshot.”
The suspect vehicle then proceeded ahead of her on to Highway 160. While in traffic, at that location, the victim took video of the female suspect and her vehicle with her cellphone, and contacted police.
Maj. Zachary said the suspect’s identification came as the result of information received from an unknown individual and with assistance from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.
“She is also no longer operating the black Nissan Altima that was previously distributed in photo attachments,” Maj. Zachary said.
Anyone with information as to her whereabouts should contact the Fort Mill Police Department at 803-547-2022, or Crime Stoppers of York County at 877-409-4321.