Father Asks For Help After Son Killed In Road Rage Shooting

This sketch provided by the Houston Police Department shows the suspect in a July 6, 2021, road rage shooting in which 17-year-old David Castro was killed on the way home from a Houston Astros baseball game. Detectives are working to identify and locate the unidentified suspect. (Houston Police Department/Houston Chronicle via AP)

(AP) — The father of a 17-year-old boy who died after a road rage shooting is asking for the public’s help in finding the person who opened fire as he and his family were driving home from a Houston Astros game. Houston police say the driver of a white, four-door Buick LaCrosse followed a truck driven by Paul Castro as he and his two sons were driving home after the Tuesday evening game. During a news conference on Friday, Castro said the shooting happened after he made a non-threatening hand gesture at the driver who had tried to merge in his lane in heavy traffic. Castro says his son, David, had wanted to make the world better and did not deserve what happened to him.


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