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Francisco Pasillas, raging driving an Escalade, threw a deadly missile putting the other drive in fear of his life. Pasillas now dead.

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Detectives recovered video from a business showing the Escalade catching up to the pickup as the vehicles approached Northwest Highway. As Pasillas pulled along the passenger side of the pickup, Pasillas appears to throw an object at the pickup, police said.

After he fired on the SUV, the man behind the pickup’s wheel drove to the Rowlett police station to report the incident. He “has been cooperative throughout the investigation,” police said.
 

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From the OP’s newspeek cite posted 22 +/- hours ago quote... “...led to an August...”

Further from the OP’s timely cite with the great foto of a LE’s vehicle with emergency lites a blazing who's caption states, quote...

‘Timothy H. Miller was arrested and faces charges of kidnapping a minor for ransom, resisting an officer with violence, child neglect causing great bodily harm, driving under the influence and causing property damage and refusing to submit…’

outstanding & timely relevance to the aug 22 road rage incident...

Oh, additionally, OP’s cite states Garland street [garland street doesn’t exist but an Avenue and Drive does ~ not a biggie you say street i say avenue...except this 22 aug blurb https://www.star-telegram.com/news/local/crime/article234292657.html [nice fotos of wanted individuals on this edition] states the decedent was on Centerville Road...way different part of fort worth...

Finally, if my vehicle’s back side window shatter by what I perceived was gun fire...i sure wouldn’t slow down to allow the vehicle’s driver to come along side to get a better bead on me...

So...whom is telling the truth?
 
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