20-year-old Victor Ramirez of Modesto, California was driving on Claus Road when he was rear-ended by a car. Both drivers pulled to the side of the road and Ramirez became confrontational, pushing and threatening the other man, then he pulled out a handgun and pointed it at the other driver. The other driver got back in his car and drove away. Ramirez followed. The driver lost Ramirez and had parked the car and was walking across the street with his passenger when Ramirez rounded the corner. Ramerez fired several shots at the pair. One of the shots hit the driver. Ramirez drove off but a few days later the victim spotted Ramerez' truck and called police. Ramirez was arrested and charged with attempted murder.
"I thought I was going to die," the victim told reporters. "I've never been shot at before. I don't even have a gun. I've never though to shoot anyone else. I guess people think differently."