Glendale Heights man killed in road-rage shooting in Streamwood
Scott Mattison, 46, was shot several times by another driver while stopped at a light at Bartlett and Oltendorf roads on Sunday, authorities said.
A Glendale Heights man was shot and killed during a traffic dispute in northwest suburban Streamwood over the weekend.
Scott Mattison, 46, was shot several times by another driver while stopped at a light at Bartlett and Oltendorf roads, according to a statement from Streamwood police.
He was involved in a traffic dispute around 5:20 p.m. Sunday with the driver of a blue Ford truck, police said. The driver in the Ford approached Mattison’s vehicle and shot him.
Mattison was taken to Saint Alexius Medical Center and pronounced dead.
The driver of the Ford was arrested but no charges have been announced.
Officers found the child inside the home in the 2400 block of West Street around 10 a.m. Wednesday after the father called 911, police said.
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