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North Carolina man charged with murder in alleged road rage shooting of motorcyclist

A man was charged with murder after an apparent road rage shooting this week left a motorcyclist dead in North Carolina, police said.

Image: Motorcyclist Stephen

Image: Motorcyclist Stephen

Stephen Addison, 32, was riding a motorcycle at about 12:30 p.m. Monday when he was involved in a roadside dispute with Roger Dale Nobles, 51, who allegedly shot and killed Addison, Fayetteville police said in a statement.

Nobles fled after the deadly encounter. He was later arrested on a charge of first-degree murder, police said.

“The preliminary investigation has revealed a driver of a truck was engaged in a disturbance with a driver of a motorcycle resulting in the motorcyclist being shot by the suspect,” police said.

Addison died at a hospital, police said.

Cumberland County District Attorney Billy West told NBC affiliate WRAL in Raleigh he was investigating whether to also charge Nobles, who is white, with hate crimes in the shooting

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Bikes V Pedestrians Road Rage

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Here are three examples of what to not do…

For a long time there’s been animosity between bikers and “cagers” or people driving cars. Many have explored what the believe to be the origins of this rivalry, but I like most of you know from firsthand experience it’s still alive and well today. Riders and drivers alike need to have skills to de-escalate misunderstandings before they turn into full-on confrontations or how to simmer down someone who’s trying to engage in an all-out fight.

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I figure the best way to do this is to analyze three real-world situations instead of just talking hypotheticals. Instead of just stating who’s right and wrong in the confrontations, I’ll be looking at what the bikers and pedestrians/drivers did to escalate and de-escalate as well as what they could’ve done

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Pregnant Florida librarian killed in road rage shooting she allegedly started: police

A pregnant Florida woman is dead after allegedly initiating a road rage incident with a motorcyclist in Orange City on Saturday, police say.

Sara Nicole Morales, 35, hit Andrew Derr’s motorcycle intentionally with her blue Kia along the 1400 block of N. Volusia Ave around 5 p.m., according to investigators. Derr was not injured in the minor accident, and he and witnesses followed Morales while she drove away from the scene.

The motorcyclist and witnesses contacted law enforcement while following her to her home and also attempted to get her to stop, but she refused.

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When Morales reached home, she went inside and reportedly retrieved a firearm. She confronted Derr and the witnesses in the street while they were on the phone with 911, according to the police.

Derr, who has a valid Florida

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Help prevent motorcycle fatalities, share the road

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As temperatures increase and pandemic restrictions begin to lift, drivers across the country have returned to the roads. Whether commuting or getting out of town for a summer road trip, it is crucial for drivers to be attentive and aware, especially when sharing the road with motorcyclists. Accidents are common when drivers cannot see motorcyclists on the road.

Since motorcycles require clear conditions to be ridden, the number of riders out in the warmer months tends to be the greatest. Along with uncooperative weather, other drivers play a significant role in the dangers associated with motorcycle travel. While some factors are out of our control, like weather, visibility,

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