A Chicago man was arrested in the fatal road-rage shooting of a beloved youth baseball coach, who was killed while driving with his son on a Minnesota highway, police said.
Jamal Lindsey Smith, 33, was nabbed in Illinois and expected to be charged with second-degree murder for his involvement in the July 6 shooting of Jay Boughton, Plymouth (Minn.) police announced on Thursday.
Cops plan to extradite Smith to Minnesota, the announcement said.
The announcement didn’t offer further details or say if anyone else was involved in the shooting.
Boughton and his son were driving back from a team game at around 10 p.m. on Highway 169 when someone in an adjacent vehicle shot him – sending the car crashing through a chain link fence, through trees and into parked cars, KSTP reported at the time.
His teen son reportedly gave him CPR