GERMANTOWN, TN (WMC) - Three people are charged in a Germantown road rage shooting.
According to police, the woman charged in the incident fired four shots at a vehicle, narrowly missing a 4-year-old boy.
The father of the 4-year-old boy spoke with WMC5 by phone but didn't want to formally comment.
He said his son is still shaken up over the incident, but they are doing OK.
An argument between drivers got violent, ending near North and West Streets in Germantown last Friday afternoon.
Landon Soberanis told police he tried to go around a car driving in traffic, but a passenger in the car hit Soberanis' vehicle with his hands and feet. That's when a fight broke out between the two men, investigators said.
Soberanis told police he tried to drive away, but then his car got shot up.
An affidavit indicates police talked to a woman, Nancy Brogden, who was in the car. She told officers she fired shots into the vehicle.
Brogden's bullets struck Soberanis' vehicle four times, including one bullet hole near the car seat where Soberanis' 4-year-old was riding.
Brogden gave police consent to search her car, and they found a gun between the driver and passenger seat with five spent rounds in the cylinder.
WMC5 went to her East Memphis home on Thursday to get her side of the story.
"That's none of your business and I have no comment," Brogden said.
She faces two counts of aggravated assault. Her son Kennon and Soberanis are both charged with simple assault related to the fight between the two men.