Arrest made in road rage incident

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January 19, 2022

Ashland man charged with shooting into vehicle at Albertson’s staff report

A suspect accused of firing a shot into another car following a road rage encounter on Interstate 5 on Friday, Jan. 14, cooperated when he was arrested Tuesday, Jan. 18, the Ashland Police Department reported in a news release.

Isaac Gilbert, 43, of Ashland, was taken into custody on charges of unlawful use of weapon, menacing, criminal mischief in the first degree, and reckless endangerment.

Friday’s incident at around 6 p.m. ended in a confrontation in the Albertson’s parking lot, the report said. Gilbert allegedly produced a handgun and fired a shot into the victim’s vehicle.

He surrendered the handgun when arrested Tuesday, was booked into jail, and then released on bond. staff report based on Ashland Police Department news release. Email at

Jan. 23 update: This story has been changed to reflect that the shooting took place at Albertson’s, not on Interstate 5, as the first paragraph in a prior version indicated.

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