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Road rage may have sparked killing: Police

Anne Arundel police on Wednesday said road rage may have prompted the Aug. 6 fatal shooting of a Severn man who was stopped at a traffic light.

At about 10:20 p.m. Aug. 6., Calvin Chi Man Yeung, 40, was shot in the upper torso as he waited at the intersection of Telegraph Road and Route 100, authorities said.

King. (Anne Arundel Police)

His vehicle crossed through the intersection and crashed into a support wall. He later died at the Baltimore Washington Medical Center.

Anne Arundel authorities said James William King, 26, of the 800 block of Crest Hill Drive in Severn was arrested Tuesday and charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder, first-degree assault and reckless endangerment. Officials said the "motive is possibly road rage" and that the investigation is continuing.

King is being held at the Jennifer Road Detention Center without bond, police said.

Police ask that anyone with information about the incident contact Anne Arundel County Police Detective Bryan Isaac at 410-222-3413.

-- Maria Glod

By Maria Glod  |  August 18, 2010; 10:24 AM ET
Categories:  Anne Arundel , Homicide , Updates  
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