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Man charged with attempted murder in Fishers road rage shooting, also charged in Noblesville road rage incident

The victim was taken to a hospital after Thursday's incident on 96th Street. Saturday, police arrested a Noblesville man for attempted murder.

FISHERS, Ind. — A Noblesville man is charged with attempted murder in a road rage incident that led to a shooting Nov. 17.

Trevor Dahl, 24, is also charged with aggravated battery, intimidation, criminal recklessness and pointing a firearm.

A Fishers Police Department spokesperson said officers were called to East 96th Street and North By Northeast Boulevard around just before 9 p.m. Nov. 17. A black Honda passenger car and a black Chevrolet passenger car were crashed and blocking the intersection. 

The driver of the Chevrolet was treated at the scene. 

RELATED: 1 dead in Fishers crash

The Honda driver was taken to the hospital with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound and police said the injury was connected to a road rage incident.

According to court documents, the incident began when the victim came up on a stopped white car blocking the lane as he was trying to get to the Meijer near East 96th Street and Hague Road. He told police he honked his horn and then went around the car. 

According to court documents, the white car followed him to Meijer and cut him off. The victim said he then left the Meijer and tried to get home. While driving on 96th Street the victim and a witness said the white car pulled up next to the victim's car. The driver of the white car then fired several shots into the victim's car and the victim was hit in the leg near his knee.

The victim's car then crashed into a Chevrolet and came to a stop. The driver of the white car took off.

Police used the Flock Safety Camera System to get a partial plate. They were then able to learn Dahl was driving a loaner car from an Acura dealership and worked at a Buick dealership.

Credit: Fishers Police Department
Trevor Dahl

Police learned Dahl had prior arrests for narcotics and burglary and was listed as a suspect in Marion County incident where a shot was fired into a home on Oct. 31. 13News learned from court documents that Dahl has had his license suspended more than two dozen times over the years.

RELATED: Fishers police arrest 20-year-old in bank armed robbery

On Nov. 19, police searched Dahl's Acura loaner at the Buick dealership and found boxes of 9mm ammunition. The casing matched the ones found at the road rage shooting scene.

A backpack belonging to Dahl was also found and police claim Dahl told them it had a gun in it.

Police then questioned a passenger in Dahl's car who confirmed Dahl shot at the victim for brake-checking him, according to court documents. 

If you have more information about the incident that could help police, you're asked to call 317-773-1282.

Noblesville road rage charges

13News learned Dahl is also charged in a road rage incident just days before the Fishers shooting. He's charged with criminal recklessness and intimidation for a Nov. 14 incident. 

Police were called to Reggie's Motor Works about a road rage incident.

According to court documents, a man driving a truck was driving to the business to salt the lot. Just before getting to the business, the man said a white car came racing up behind him. The car had to hit its brakes and wait as the man pulled into the business.

The man told police the driver of the car stopped in the street and yelled something to the effect of, "I'll f*****g kill you."

The man then yelled at the driver of the white car to leave. According to court documents, the driver then held a gun out the window and fired a shot into the air before speeding off.

Noblesville officers used information from Fishers Police Department and video evidence from the Noblesville road rage incident to identify Dahl as a suspect. 

Additionally, court documents claim shell casing from the Noblesville road rage matched shell casings from the Fishers road rage shooting.

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