Grand jury looks at what police say is a case of road rage in southern Indiana - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Grand jury looks at what police say is a case of road rage in southern Indiana

Police call it an apparent case of road rage, but the woman who pulled the trigger faces no charges.  That could all change in a process that started Wednesday.

It took less than an hour to select a grand jury of six people and one alternate.  It will be up to them to decide whether Yalanda Parrish should face charges in the road rage incident that occurred last month.

Parrish shot Wesley Mosier after he got off his motorcycle and approached her car.  She claims self-defense.  He says he only approached her car to ask her to stop tailgating him.

Grand jury investigations are done in secret.  But Clark County Prosecutor Steve Stewart said, "Indiana statutes allow for the grand jury to meet at their leisure.  We have scheduled a meeting beginning next Monday for the presentation of evidence, and they'll begin hearing testimony from witnesses and I would anticipate reaching a conclusion by the end of the week."

Both Mosier and Parrish have been subpoened to testify.

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