Fort Mill Police Search For A Woman Involved In A Road Rage Incident Turned Shooting

FORT MILL, S.C. — Detectives with the Fort Mill Police Department say they are asking for the public’s help finding a woman who shot at another car in a road rage incident on Friday, November 13th.

Officers say around 11 a.m. they responded to the shooting near the area of Interstate 77 south and the exit ramp to Highway 160, where the victim, Alexandra Stuwa, says a Black woman driving a black Nissan Altima shot at her car.

Stuwa says she had left the ramp to turn west onto Highway 160 when the suspect came speeding behind her in a Nissan.

Investigators say Stuwa slowed down and tapped on her brakes to warn the Nissan that traffic was stopped ahead, when the two got into an argument at the light and the suspect shot at Stuwa’s car.

The bullet passed through the driver’s seat and into the passenger side area, according to a news release.

Detectives say Stuwa captured video of the suspect and contacted police, after the Nissan sped ahead of her onto Highway 160 following the altercation.

Investigators say the temporary tag on the suspect’s car is not a legitimate tag.

Police ask anyone with more information on the suspect to call the Fort Mill Police Department at 803-547-2022 or Crime Stoppers of York County at 877-409-4321.