Transcript for Houston Road Rage Suspect Arrested, Appears in Court
this violent case of road rage in Texas. The vic, we know, survived being shot in the head after she beeped her horn at another driver, overnight the suspect in that road rage shooting appeared in court and ABC's Ryan Owens tells us how police were finally able to capture him. Reporter: Relief in Houston, that 22-year-old Dietrich Evans is off the street and behind bars. Evans, a known gang member in court overnight charged with the road rage shooting of Kay Hafford. This is where I heard the boom right here. Reporter: Police arrested Evans at his Houston apartment. Detectives finding his white SUV and in it a gun they believe he used in the match 20th crime. Hafford helped police come up with this sketch and late Monday she picked Evans out of a police lineup. Hafford was headed to work in Houston more than two weeks ago when she honked at a driver she says cut her off. Minutes later police say he pulled up right next to her, fired a single shot through her passenger side window and took off. I don't know how I did it but I pulled over here. Reporter: Despite being shot in the head, Hafford somehow grabbed her iPhone. I heard siri, that's when I cry. When I heard her say who do you want to call? I said 911. When the 911 operator picked up, I lost it. Reporter: She's relieved he's off the street but has a message. As much as you want to retaliate think twice because you may be in the situation like I am but you may not make it. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Ryan Owens, ABC news, Dallas.
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