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Suspect Who Shot Man During Woodside Road Rage Incident Nabbed: NYPD

Police arrested Camp Richardson on Tuesday. Richardson alleged shot a motorist in the stomach on Queens Boulevard in Woodside last week during an apparent road rage incident. (Photo: Citizen)

July 22, 2021 By Michael Dorgan

Police have arrested and charged a man for attempted murder after he allegedly shot a fellow motorist in the stomach during a road-rage incident in Woodside last week.

Champ Richardson, 36, was nabbed by police Tuesday for blasting a 32-year-old man in the belly while arguing with his victim at a traffic light at Queens Boulevard and 65th Pl. on July 15.

Richardson, 36, had gotten into a heated argument with the victim at around 7:30 p.m. and was sitting in the driver’s seat of a gray-colored Nissan Altima at the stop when the victim got out of his vehicle and punched Richardson through the driver’s side window that was lowered, police said.

In retaliation, Richardson got out of his Nissan with a gun and shot the victim in the stomach, police said. The shooter then allegedly fled the scene in his Nissan, cops said.

The victim, who had been driving a Chevrolet HHR, was transported to Elmhurst Hospital by EMS and is expected to survive.

Richardson also faces assault and weapons possession charges.

Police said it is unclear what sparked the argument that led to the shooting.

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Anon

Hopefully they will arrest “the victim “ too. He started this mess by getting out of his car and attacking the shooter.

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Sara Ross

So they caught him? He’s probably out of jail by now to hurt other people. The honest, law abiding people in this city should be thrilled (sarcasm).

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Dick Sanchez

Guess Richardson should have called 911 and had a Social Worker mediate the situation after the other guy started assaulting him.

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