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Road rage shooting victim testifies in Jeffersonville

The victim of a road rage incident in Jeffersonville, Indiana that ended in gunfire will testify before a grand jury Monday.

Six people have been selected to be a part of the grand jury looking into whether charges should be filed against a Jeffersonville woman who shot a man.

Wesley Mosier was shot last month outside a Thornton's gas station in Jeffersonville.  Yalanda Parrish says she shot Mosier in self-defense as he approached her car near 10th Street and Allison Lane.

About nine Monday morning, Det. Charlie Thompson, along with prosecutor Steve Stewart, went into the grand jury room.  About an hour later, Mosier was brought in with a wheelchair.  His mother and a family friend accompanied him.

Both Mosier and Parrish have been subpoenaed to appear before the grand jury.  It's unclear whether Parrish will testify.

Monday morning, a religious and civics group concerned about the racial and ethnic makeup of the grand jury spoke out.  A spokesperson said, "The entire community should be represented when it comes to making a decision in this type of matter...it's a very diverse population in this community, and diversity needs to be honored and recognized."

Testimony before the grand jury is expected to take two or three days.

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