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UPDATE: Suspect shot into man's vehicle 7 times during Henderson road rage shooting

Posted at 9:06 AM, Sep 11, 2017

UPDATE 5:19 P.M. SEPT. 11: 13 Action News has obtained surveillance video of the shooting.

Police say Aaron Keith fired seven shots into the vehicle of William Sedlock. One of the bullets shattered Sedlock's femur.

According to Keith's arrest report, a witness who called 911 gave officers Keith's license plate number.

Police say they tracked him down and while serving the search warrant to his apartment, found three handguns inside.

Henderson officers say Keith has been arrested more than once before on illegal weapons charges.

Sunrise Hospital tells 13 Action News Sedlock is in fair condition.

UPDATE 11:45 A.M. SEPT. 11: Henderson police have arrested a 26-year-old man in a road rage shooting where a 77-year-old man was injured.

Aaron Keith was arrested around 2:50 a.m. Monday at his Las Vegas residence. During the arrest, a handgun was recovered that is believed to be the gun used in the crime.
Keith is being held at the Henderson Detention Center on charges of battery with a deadly weapon resulting in substantial bodily harm and discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle, both felony charges.


At 6:46 p.m. on Sept. 10, there were several reports of gunshots heard near Van Wagonen Street and Pacific Avenue.

Henderson police spokesperson Rod Pena says an elderly man was driving through the intersection when another car pulled up to the vehicle and fired shots. The driver was shot in the leg and taken to Sunrise Hospital. He's listed in stable condition according to police.

Henderson police are treating this as a road rage incident.

Officers say the suspects were driving a white Toyota compact car but they don't have a physical description of the suspect at this time.