WESTMINSTER, Colorado. – A 23-year-old man was accused of opening fire on the four people outside a suburb of Denver dental practice, killing a boy and injuring his mother and brother, in what police on Friday called an act of road rage.
The police in the city of Westminster, said Jeremy Webster did not know or have any connection with the victims. They have not provided more detail about what led to the shooting Thursday in the parking lot of a business complex is about 14 miles (23 km) northwest of Denver.
The defeated boy’s mother and brother were in critical condition, authorities said. A man who has nothing to do with the family was also shot, but less seriously injured. Police have not released their names or ages.
Webster faces charges of first-degree murder in the first degree sexual assault and attempt to commit a crime. He is being held in jail without bond, according to online records. He is by the court Monday morning.
The jail records do not indicate whether Webster has a lawyer to speak in his name.
Authorities have not released a photo of Webster, saying they were continue to speak with witnesses.