Las Vegas 'Road Rage' Victim's Family Returns GoFundMe Money to Donors

Online donors accused the family of withholding information about the shooting.

— -- The Las Vegas “road rage” victim's family says it is returning its GoFundMe money after donors complained that the family had withheld key information about the deadly encounter.

Police revealed this week that Tammy Meyers and her armed son got in a car to look for the driver with whom she had a dispute last Thursday. She had been teaching her 15-year old daughter how to drive in the parking lot of a nearby school.

The fundraising page's original post read, "The suspects followed Tammy and her daughter home and opened fire." The campaign had raised about $6,000.

Disgruntled donors criticized the fundraising page for not revealing that the mother and son had sought out the other car. Police are still looking for that driver.

"I'm reporting it to GoFundMe," one GoFundMe user had posted. "So many lies from the family."

The GoFundMe page is no longer available.